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SC2150 06-18-2011 09:57 PM

RX Super Chiller now selling!!
The most effective Supercharger intercooler temprature lowering system available as a gen 5 camaro specific system !!

$899plus shipping. ($39 in the lower 48)

We will install for $400 (takes 5-7 hours).

Here is a link to the pictures, explanation, and video of it in use:

To order, call direct: 727-422-0076 or email:

PayPal is down right now as we switch accounts. :thumbsup:

Allow app 7-10 days lead time before kit ships. :thumbsup:

The RX Super Chiller system is the most convieniant, effective, and easiest to use intake air charge cooling system available today.

The RX Super Chiller uses the cars AC system to chill the coolant used in water to air intercoolers to temps of 22-32* F on a continueous bases as long as the car is running and the AC compressor is on. The system only adds 7-9#'s additional weight on average and reduces the intake air temps on forced induction applications by 40-60* F allowing a densor more qxygen rich intake air charge for more aggressive tuning (avg 20-50 RWHP/RWTQ increase) with out the reacuuring costs of refilling CO2 tanks, or the hassel of ice chests and the melt water/added weight.

The installed sytem requires only 5-6oz's additional freon and each system has a "competition mode" that allows for the cabin AC to be disabled so there is no water dripping from the moisture removed from the cabin air. Track approved for both drag & road race. (for professional road racers we have an optional remote mount 12v compressor used just for the chiller system and allows continueous use at all rpm's)

The RX Super Chiller adds NO parasitic power loss as todays computer controlled systems the AC compressor disengages as soon as you go WOT (wide open throttle) so during your run down the strip the comp is off and their is enough residual cooling that by the time temps have risen 10-15* you are at the end of your run and the chiller kicks back on.

For street use the cabin AC works in conjuction with no noticeable reduction in the cabin AC's ability to keep you comfortable.

SC2150 06-19-2011 04:16 PM

Any questions just ask. The other thread & videos will demonstrate the function. :thumbsup:

SC2150 06-20-2011 02:50 PM

Here is a quote from the member here running it on his car:

"I can't get a any dyno time until tomorrow or Wednesday, so in the mean time went for a ride, 65mph

99* outside
Chiller off/ AC OFF- I/C water temp 101-102*, Engine coolant 180*

Chiller ON/ AC OFF- I/C water temp 54*, Engine coolant 188*

Chiller ON/AC ON- I/C wate temp 64*, Engine coolant 193*

As you can see the cooler is dropping the temps 35-50+ degrees depending on how it is running. But you also see the engine coolant temp goes up alittle with the compressor on, not alot but 8-12 degrees again depending on cabin air or not. I tried the same senerio several time within an hour and basically same results every time.

I also ran a 0-120mph run today with the Chiller OFF and I/C water temps started at 100* and went to 118 and never got below 108 again until I turned the chiller on. "

The type of guage/data readout will be an option depending on what you the customer wants. Were going to try and include this one in the price:

And watch the video:

SC2150 06-21-2011 10:18 AM

Please note: Your shop will need an experianced AC tech to do the install properly. :thumbsup:

alssiri 06-23-2011 07:04 AM

Tracy,this setup will be great help in our hot weather over here (+40c)+105F in summer :facepalm:


SC2150 06-23-2011 12:54 PM

alssiri is the first retail order!!! Congrats Ahmad and you know were available for support if your shop needs any help. :thumbsup:

mikepage0007 06-23-2011 07:03 PM

i,ll be buying soon..just need to finish my 9inch and tie up some loose ends..will be in touch tracy..

SC2150 06-23-2011 08:48 PM


SC2150 06-25-2011 10:55 AM

Taking orders!! :thumbsup:

Busy_Boi 06-25-2011 11:10 AM


jasycz28 06-25-2011 12:03 PM

So would it be possible to go and get my AC deserviced, then install the kit at home, then get the AC serviced?

SC2150 06-25-2011 09:55 PM

Yes that is possible. A licensed/trained AC tech with a recovery machine can recover your 134a and then draw vac and recharge w/app 5 additional oz's for the extra volumn of the chiller. It is still an involved project at not for the average DIY person....but if your good at doing your own mods and understand wiring w/relays & solinoids you can do it. :thumbsup:

SC2150 07-03-2011 10:12 PM

Doing the KB version this week, and CTSV the week after, the G8 to follow. :thumbsup:

SC2150 07-05-2011 06:50 PM

First kits are about ready to ship for those that already ordered. :thumbsup:

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