yes the ntercooler can fit a top mount. I'm going with the DEI cryogenic (CO2) intercooler sprayer.
i've been in direct contact with DEI and they sell a specific style sprayer made to fit on a top mount. DEI also makes an air intake and a fuel line cooler.
All three components (air intake, fuel line, and intercooler sprayer) run off the same CO2 system (1 bottle) and the same CO2 line. first through the air intake, then through the fuel line block, then vents out the intercooler sprayer through your intecooler. Mix and match any of the 3 components. The air intake tube has a aerodynamic shaped bulb that runs the liquid CO2 through it (-100F) and the air passing over the bulb gets cooled, then through an aluminum block that freezes and cools fuel as it runs through the frozen block, then of course, out the sprayer holes and freezes your intercooler.
Sure its not Nitrous, but it is much better and safer way to run you engine, will provide HP gains due to a much cooler intake charge and more dense air... And you can set it up real easy with your UTEC or a cheap Hobbs boost switch to spray at any PSI you desire. And include a manual switch and you can even spray it when you sitting at the red light next to a SRT-4 on a 100 degree day... (your sitting there going, "oh crap, i'm in trouble here, my top mount is getting more and more heat soaked the longer i sit here... and this guy in his SRT-4 with his front mount will have an instantly cool intake charge the minute we take off... rats..." or just spray your CO2 at -100F for about 3 seconds and freeze you intercooler and you will have water sprayer effect times 100 right off the line... yeah baby..... !Laugh!
can't wait to get mine! i'll let you all know how it works out... i'm only doing the air intake and intercooler sprayer though, no fuel line block.