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Old 03-23-2012, 08:43 AM   #18
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When you going to put one on a turbo car.


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Old 03-23-2012, 12:17 PM   #19
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How’s it going, big question does Super Chiller mounting clear Bumper Cover. Hendrix is in same situation so a heads up would help. I have considered reversing existing top bracket so Chiller would hang same but farther to rear. Still use horn mount bolt hole but back side. You would need to drill out the 4 SS Rivets and replace them drill frame rail for the lower mounting bolt.

I looked into this for the V6 bumper since it did not clear but never followed through when they eliminated fog lights on V6 SEMA car need went away. The SS just clears that’s what I had to work with last yr when I started on Camaro. I don’t know how much that would change existing pre assembled hoses but nothing we can’t work around. I can make any new hoses you need free exchange. Just let me know what you need glad to help, this will be big help to me and Camaro community since the ZL1 bumper will be a popular upgrade as well as fitting an actual ZL1. Of course if it clears then this is all for not. Have you figured out Green Wire goes to green AC wire or AC relay out put terminal? I think taping green wire looks better.
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I tried sliding the chiller box in from the bottom just to see how it was going to fit...and it wouldnt fit at all.
So I went ahead and removed the front bumper cover and mounted the chiller last night where it is designed to go.
Hopefully today I can loosely assemble the front bumper cover back on and see what kind of interference problems I am going to run into then I will know more.
I did for a breif moment think about relocating the chiller box to right behind the front bumper (the actual metal bumper)and in front of the AC condenser... and putting it as far to the passenger side as possible.

I will try to remember to take some pics so that I can describe better what all is going on.
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Old 03-23-2012, 06:40 PM   #20
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There are 2 already on the table but they are already water cooled. Another option would be to add a super Chiller after the air to air.
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Old 03-23-2012, 06:51 PM   #21
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I tried sliding the chiller box in from the bottom just to see how it was going to fit...and it wouldnt fit at all.

I will try to remember to take some pics so that I can describe better what all is going on.
Do you follow what I was saying about mounting to rear? Try holding the Chiller core behind the body panel where horn is mounted. That would be around 4” back. Pics would be great.
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Does the super chiller cool water, that is pumped through it.


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Old 03-23-2012, 10:08 PM   #23
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I will try to remember to take some pics so that I can describe better what all is going on.
Please post pics!!!
The ZL1 bumper will be a future mod for me and i'd love to see if it's a
"easy" mod or not.
I luv my chiller!!!

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Old 03-24-2012, 07:10 AM   #24
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Do you follow what I was saying about mounting to rear? Try holding the Chiller core behind the body panel where horn is mounted. That would be around 4” back. Pics would be great.
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Please post pics!!!
The ZL1 bumper will be a future mod for me and i'd love to see if it's a
"easy" mod or not.
I luv my chiller!!!
Ok, things are looking good.
I will try to get some pics up by Monday. Working 7 days a week for the last 2 weeks and 10-12 hrs a day doesnt leave me much "SS" time.LOL
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Does the super chiller cool water, that is pumped through it.
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With air to air you can either convert completely to water to air or add a water to air intercooler in line after the A to A. I like the later if you already have A to A it’s cheaper and you still have A to A when AC is off. Super Chiller provides refrigerated water (via using existing AC) to be pumped through water to air intercooler. Water to air is much more efficient than A to A so parts typically are smaller. Then when you add a Super Chiller results are multiplied several times over.


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Please post pics!!!
The ZL1 bumper will be a future mod for me and i'd love to see if it's a
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Thanks for the support. I recognize my work on Super Chiller, who did your install and what Super Charger you have? Any comments on IAT or ICWT?
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Old 03-24-2012, 05:33 PM   #26
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What would/should I use for the water pump. Sorry for all the questions.


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Old 03-26-2012, 02:12 PM   #27
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Thanks for the support. I recognize my work on Super Chiller, who did your install and what Super Charger you have? Any comments on IAT or ICWT?
John Lee @ Atlanta Performance and Fabrication did the install for my 2.8 KB.
On our first test, we heat soaked the car in stop and go traffic for about 20 minutes, the IAT's were around 150 and the water temp was 120. After about four minutes with it running, we saw the IAT's drop down to 109 and the water temps dropped down to 57!! I could tell with the seat of the pants meter that the car had a much better response with the chilled water in 85 degree ambient temps. It's a good system for helping the IAT's stay close to ambient on "HOT" days!
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Old 03-26-2012, 10:18 PM   #28
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John Lee @ Atlanta Performance and Fabrication did the install for my 2.8 KB.
On our first test, we heat soaked the car in stop and go traffic for about 20 minutes, the IAT's were around 150 and the water temp was 120. After about four minutes with it running, we saw the IAT's drop down to 109 and the water temps dropped down to 57!! I could tell with the seat of the pants meter that the car had a much better response with the chilled water in 85 degree ambient temps. It's a good system for helping the IAT's stay close to ambient on "HOT" days!
AWESOME!! Jhons a good dude,make him take you to the kilt lol
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:58 AM   #29
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Water to Air Intercooler Bosch Cobra Pump.

This water/air intercooler pump is designed for circulating water in water/air intercoolers. This pump is designed by Bosch and Ford specifically for water/air applications. This pump is Bosch part number 0 392 022 002 and is used in many of the supercharged Mustang Cobras and supercharged Mercedes. As well as after market Super Charger Kits, it can be found on line for around $120. There is also the high end Meziere for all out!

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John Lee @ Atlanta Performance and Fabrication did the install for my 2.8 KB.
On our first test, we heat soaked the car in stop and go traffic for about 20 minutes, the IAT's were around 150 and the water temp was 120. After about four minutes with it running, we saw the IAT's drop down to 109 and the water temps dropped down to 57!! I could tell with the seat of the pants meter that the car had a much better response with the chilled water in 85 degree ambient temps. It's a good system for helping the IAT's stay close to ambient on "HOT" days!
Thanks for the feed back and SUPORT! Satisfaction is the most important thing.
Also thanks to Atlanta Performance for the recommendations that resulted in additional sales. When you can satisfy the professional in the field trying to make $ on a new install and performance is satisfactory to a point that they recommend us that says it all.
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Old 03-31-2012, 11:14 AM   #30
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maybe a silly question

Why not fab an aluminum coolant tank with the coil welded inside rather than installing the chiller remotely as designed? It seems that the submerged coil would be more efficient at removing heat. How large is the coil you are using? What would you charge for coil only?
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Old 06-06-2012, 03:13 AM   #31
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Why not fab an aluminum coolant tank with the coil welded inside rather than installing the chiller remotely as designed? It seems that the submerged coil would be more efficient at removing heat. How large is the coil you are using? What would you charge for coil only?
Funny guy! We do just that the first 2.5 gal Chiller Tank is shipping this week; a 78 series battery size Chiller tank is also available and custom size Chiller Tanks as well.

2.5 gal is intended for remote mount but battery size is intended to replace battery under hood where battery has been relocated. I’m making custom AN fittings now for tanks and will post pics of finished Chiller Tank this week
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Old 06-06-2012, 03:17 AM   #32
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Whipple!

We still need to get a Super Chiller on a Whipple! I know the HX water pump needs to be relocated. Whipple mounts the pump exactly where the high side Freon adapter goes. Other than moving pump to where Magnusson mounts pump I don’t see a problem.

ZL1 or ZL1 bumper

On ZL1 the only way to Mount Super Chiller is to change the Radiator Coolant tank to a smaller tank then the Super Chiller can be mounted farther back from the Fog Lights. Be sure to say Whipple, Maggie, E Force, KB, ZL1 or ZL1 bumper when ordering, did I forget anyone?

Oh V6, on V6 we move the chiller farther back as well since V6 fog light interferes as well.

We have kits for CTS V, XLR V and ZO6 now as well.
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Old 06-18-2012, 07:48 PM   #33
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Here is the first Chiller Tank to ship. This thing is going to make an insane amount of cold water, some people still put ice in these.





Next one is going to be same size as a 78 series battery with a standard radiator cap on it. We can also do custom size Chiller Tanks as well. Fittings can be on either side or even bottom. For example you could put Battery size tank under hood with hoses out of bottom hidden.



Water enters tank then goes through core same as a Super Chiller and exits core same as a Super Chiller but stainless steel core is submerged in water as well for 100% cooling capacity!

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Old 06-20-2012, 08:22 PM   #34
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Love my Chiller. Todays temp was 95* and my IATs were in the low 70s cruising around.
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