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Old 07-29-2012, 12:08 PM   #51
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Check out our new ZL1 and V6 Super Chiller Mounting. Mounts farther back but still uses existing mounting holes.



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Old 07-31-2012, 02:29 PM   #52
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Special thanks to Sage for bringing us his Whipple Super Charged SS! I think it came out Awesome, we moved the water pump to the other side of Heat Exchanger with a 6061 aluminum bracket, turned pump over and increased water flow. Sage said IATs were lower without the AC even on. This also gets rid of that water line that crosses over behind radiator. Water drops direct from reservoir to pump. I didn’t even have to bleed system at all when filled.







After this change the Whipple Super Chiller Kit is nearly the same as a Maggie Kit. I have one Whipple Kit going to Canada as soon as I get back from Camro5Fest but after that they are available. I will have the Whipple specific parts on display at Indy.

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Old 07-31-2012, 04:47 PM   #53
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I can not even imagine that temp of the air charge if it was in the mid 70s to 60s out side. It would be like blowing ice into the intake. I have got to get one of these for a turbo application.
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Old 07-31-2012, 05:21 PM   #54
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When it get cooler out ,it doesn't change it much, alittle but not like it does when its hot. It can only get it so cool and thats it.
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Old 07-31-2012, 09:19 PM   #55
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Yeah, this system helps my Maggie car breath a little easier in this brutal summer time weather we have here in central FL.
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Old 08-03-2012, 10:29 AM   #56
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Come see us @ Camaro5fest, you cant miss us with the coolest display there!
Elwood the Super Chilled XLR V is only on display Friday but Bobby's Super Chilled Camaro is on display Friday and Saturday except when on the track.



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Old 08-04-2012, 06:51 PM   #57
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Glad to see u made it Dave. I need to make plans with u to have u install your new relay thingy.
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Old 08-12-2012, 06:34 AM   #58
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I need to make plans with u to have u install your new relay thingy.
I had a customer come back from Jacksonville for a Super Chiller issue and found it was the new wiring update with the Diode so I don’t think any one should continue to use it or install it. It worked fine during testing but once he got some miles on it ICWT started acting crazy!

The only solution I have is to stay or go back to original wiring setup or add a second Vacuum Solenoid under hood under the existing one. I was trying to stay away from adding a second solenoid and keep it clean. If anyone is determined to have this setup, mostly intended for ľ mi racing PM me and I will hook you up.
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Old 08-12-2012, 07:08 AM   #59
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Glad to see u made it Dave.
Yes I met some great people and put faces to some business names finaly. Frankly seeing my Indy Family I haven’t seen since my brothers passing in 98 was the best!

IPF Tuning was just across from my booth and I was Impressed with there Super Charged V6 setup. I got to talk to the Software developer and he impressed me with his long term tuning of the Bosh Direct Injection Computer. Apparently they have been working with same computer VW / Audi for years. He also said that 2012 V6 Camaro went GM computer and they have that covered as well. IPF Tuning tunes boosted V6 Camaros entirely with software.

Also Roto-Fab hooked me up with some parts that a customer lost for his Whipple CAI FREE, they even sent a bushing USPS no charge. Now that’s support!

Between customers and meeting Business Associates I barely got to look at other Venders. I didn’t see any racing as I was mostly stuck at my booth. My relief was mostly helping with Auto Cross, Driving or watching there car run. I would like to have seen a little of the racing. Every one was complaining about heat but under the tents I didn’t think it was that bad. I stayed with family @ Spencer so my drive was nearly 3hrs each day but I got to see a lot of Indy especially when I was lost LOL.
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Old 08-12-2012, 07:38 AM   #60
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I'd like to see next year's CF5 at the original Valdosta location in Ga. We had an awesome turnout and it was held at a great facility.
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Old 08-12-2012, 07:54 AM   #61
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My first Whipple install (shown above) customer was very pleased with results. He has some miles on it now and will be posting his results soon. I can say I saw ICWT in the 40s and corresponding lower IATs. He has the Gauges to quote specific #s but I know he is working this weekend.

Sage and I were very pleased how clean and efficient the Whipple adapted to the Super Chiller. I have another bracket to add to my CNC orders to move the water pump but this cleaned up the water hoses exposed under the hood.
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Old 08-12-2012, 09:14 AM   #62
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I could have used a chiller on my person lol! Good to meet you Dave
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Old 08-12-2012, 03:12 PM   #63
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Trek,
Do you have any installers in the Palm Beach County area?
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Old 08-12-2012, 07:02 PM   #64
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Do you have any installers in the Palm Beach County area?
Sorry I would be your closest authorized installer.
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Old 08-13-2012, 08:32 AM   #65
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Whiteside just put mine on recently and after a few minor installation clarifications, it is really pretty amazing. I was running 54 degrees yesterday on a 100 degree day. Normally run about 150
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Old 08-13-2012, 01:40 PM   #66
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Size:  82.6 KBHere's a pic of my IAT's after a five minute morning start up. The muggy outside air temp was 83F. 48F is pretty "cool".




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Old 08-14-2012, 05:01 AM   #67
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Whiteside just put mine on recently and after a few minor installation clarifications, it is really pretty amazing. I was running 54 degrees yesterday on a 100 degree day. Normally run about 150
Iím glad they got you going, Tech called me at Camaro5Fest on Saturday for support, I could hardly hear him. I was hiding from storm in car on phone while others held the tents down! We had a terrible rain/wind storm that lasted all of 10min. Just enough to shut everything down, then just as 1/4mi started back it rained again! I left around 5 without knowing what track was going to do. I had 1.5hr drive and Family get together Saturday/Sunday. It was so good to see everyone even if time was short.

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Attachment 410817Here's a pic of my IAT's after a five minute morning start up. The muggy outside air temp was 83F. 48F is pretty "cool".
These variable compressors have to adjust apparently every time Freon is filled (serviced), cooling starts out poor but once everything balances out temps drop! Itís one thing having the ICWT read out but when you have the IAT display as well customers really see how well this works. My Whipple customer has gauges; he should be posting some good #s soon. He is a member but not very active here. Orders after Camaro5Fest have me spinning just getting everything in order.
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Old 08-18-2012, 11:02 AM   #68
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Do you guys relocate the MAF sensor when you do this? Because the chiller that I have has shorted out my MAF twice now, it creates condensation in the MAF tube which builds on the MAF sensor. Curious how you guys set yours up?
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Do you guys relocate the MAF sensor when you do this? Because the chiller that I have has shorted out my MAF twice now, it creates condensation in the MAF tube which builds on the MAF sensor. Curious how you guys set yours up?
I donít know what kind of Chiller setup you have that would short out a MAF? I also donít have enough information to have an opinion? What kind of Super Charger do you have? You may want to go SD Tune.
Email me with more info, I will help if I can.
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Old 08-19-2012, 05:18 AM   #70
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I had a customer come back from Jacksonville for a Super Chiller issue and found it was the new wiring update with the Diode so I don’t think any one should continue to use it or install it. It worked fine during testing but once he got some miles on it ICWT started acting crazy!

The only solution I have is to stay or go back to original wiring setup or add a second Vacuum Solenoid under hood under the existing one. I was trying to stay away from adding a second solenoid and keep it clean. If anyone is determined to have this setup, mostly intended for ľ mi racing PM me and I will hook you up.
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New wiring update, no Diode just use the 5 terminal relay inside car. Everyone that received an update kit you just need 10' of wire and replace the 5th terminal in relay block. Diagram posted to same link. Anyone that needs anything more for update contact me.
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Relay fits perfect on the screw that holds AC duct near the LED.
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Old 08-26-2012, 05:59 PM   #71
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I'm loving my chiller that dave set me up with. I was at sgmp Friday it was 95 degrees out side.everyone one was waiting for it to cool off a little bit. I was the first to run my water temp was 49 and my iat was 76 degrees .when I crossed the finish line at a 120mph my iat was 117 my water was 93 degrees. Only took 10 mins to get the water in the 50s and my iat down in the low 80s high 70s. I freaking love this sytem. It was so worth the time and money I invested in it . I love car cruises slow or fast, doesnt matter its super cold iat stay in the 60 s and 70 s.
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Old 08-27-2012, 04:52 PM   #72
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other than preventing heat soak how much hp gains will this set up give you. i have a whipple and the zl1 front fascia will the chiller fit my car
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Old 08-27-2012, 05:52 PM   #73
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other than preventing heat soak how much hp gains will this set up give you. i have a whipple and the zl1 front fascia will the chiller fit my car
I gained zero HP without a tuning change, but you can add some timing if you want, mine was on the edge as it was. On the dyno I saw a 25rwhp retained with the chiller in other words after pass with it off I dropped 25rwhp and after that it continued to go down. With the chiller on it never lost a single HP! That in itself is a "GAIN" because your car will always be "HOT" at running tempature. So a 25-30 HP gain is reasonable at operating temps.
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I gained zero HP without a tuning change, but you can add some timing if you want, mine was on the edge as it was. On the dyno I saw a 25rwhp retained with the chiller in other words after pass with it off I dropped 25rwhp and after that it continued to go down. With the chiller on it never lost a single HP! That in itself is a "GAIN" because your car will always be "HOT" at running tempature. So a 25-30 HP gain is reasonable at operating temps.
well that's good to know guess i could always add some meth to make more hp, guess the most important part is to keep your motor from knocking
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well that's good to know guess i could always add some meth to make more hp, guess the most important part is to keep your motor from knocking
This what I like the most about it, its makes me feel safer laying into out on the street when no race fuel is in the car and if I get bad gas its not nearly as likely to knock with 30* cooler IATs.
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