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Water to Air Intercooler - 11"x9.5"x3.5" - Thru I/O (Type 16)

INT000216 by Shaman Equipment

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This impressive Liquid/Air intercooler is better than any FMIC.

100% Lightweight aluminum, No Epoxy Used In Core

Fin pitch is 21 fins/inch - 12.5 air side and 8.5 water side.

Recommended for up to 450 CFM
Pressure Drop: Less than 0.1 PSI. This is not a typo! Liquid/Air Intercoolers have incredibly low pressure drop.
Air Inlet/Outlet: 2.5"
Water Inlet/Outlet: 1/2" NPT
Core Size: 9.25"x3.5"x3.5" (Endtanks add to length)
Maximum water/air pressure: 70 PSI
The inlet and outlet on this intercooler go directly through the intercooler; preventing the air from changing direction can result in better airflow.
Note: The water inlet and outlet on most water/air intercoolers are BPT threads. BPT fittings are difficult to find in the United States, so ours all come with NPT threads.

Water To Air

WARNING!

Some Water to Air Intercoolers that you can buy online do not contain true water to air cores. A true water to air core has water passages that are much smaller than the air passages. This is part of what allows the water to air intercooler to be so small and have such low pressure drop. Some water to air intercoolers that you buy online use an air to air core design where the air passages for ambient air and intake air are the same size, with an enormous loss of efficiency. Buy from us to make sure that you get a genuine water to air intercooler core!

Water To Air

A liquid to air intercooler setup requires several components, including the core, a water pump, a heat exchanger (radiator), and an optional reservoir. We carry all of the parts you need. Learn about the many benefits of liquid/air by clicking HERE.

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