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Old 02-02-2012, 08:00 AM   #18
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I am ready to buy a "Competition" chiller for my 2010 SS...and I have a Kenne Bell Supercharger.
I will send you a PM in a few minutes.
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Old 02-02-2012, 10:52 PM   #19
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I am ready to buy a "Competition" chiller for my 2010 SS...and I have a Kenne Bell Supercharger.
I will send you a PM in a few minutes.
Thanks got your PM. Have you seen G200Pilot install thread here? He has the first KB install, if you were up for a drive to Fl the free install could be yours.
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Old 02-05-2012, 10:03 AM   #20
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Old 02-06-2012, 08:30 PM   #21
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as Dave said, he installed my super chiller yesterday. so far so good.

I never would have imagined there would be so much work installing this system. Dave busted his butt getting my Bumblebee super chilled and so far everything works great. you wouldn't believe how cold the coolant is that's running through my Maggie 2300. I'm looking forward to the summertime here in central FL where the temps can be pretty brutal. heat soak should no longer be an issue with my TVS2300.

I can't give exact temp numbers because we didn't get a chance to install the digital temp gauge that's included in the kit. however, I can tell you the Maggie heat exchanger feels pretty cold to the touch. kind of reminds me when you put your hand on an A/C condenser. it's obviously the same principle just wouldn't expect those kinds of temps on the heat exchanger of a super charger.

overall I think it's a great investment for anyone that's running any supercharger with a liquid heat exchanger. this system can do nothing but good things for S/Ced apps.
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Old 02-12-2012, 10:32 AM   #22
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Only about a week left for sale price. I got schooled on the Transformer Camaro and Ozie got schooled on how to build and install a Super Chiller. I was so far behind his kit was not ready so he had to wait while I assembled kit and did the install. Special thanks to Ozie for being so patient. After having my tools dumped over at last shop I didnít realize how many things were missing until I needed them. Itís a lot moving and setting up a shop for one person to handle. I hope Iím better prepared now. I have shop time available now but have a Cadillac XLR-V running 23lb boost coming from St Louis, MO on the 27th for a custom 1 off Super Chiller and a list of work that will take some time. Still one Free Install left So book now and be ready for the summer.
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Old 02-14-2012, 06:01 PM   #23
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Thanks got your PM. Have you seen G200Pilot install thread here? He has the first KB install, if you were up for a drive to Fl the free install could be yours.
Ahh, its ok..I enjoy doing all my installs. I also have a larger heat exchanger (from Torq) and a ZL1 front bumper kit to install at the same time.
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Old 02-15-2012, 06:50 PM   #24
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Ahh, its ok..I enjoy doing all my installs. I also have a larger heat exchanger (from Torq) and a ZL1 front bumper kit to install at the same time.
I donít recommend the larger heat exchanger with a Super Chiller. It wonít hurt anything but when AC/Chiller are on heat exchanger is bypassed. Actually when AC turns off automatically at WOT larger heat exchanger will add more heat to the refrigerated water. You will get better results with standard install.

The Super Chiller mounting has not been tested with the ZL1 bumper cover. It is close to fog light on a SS, on a V6 standard mounting hits fog light so it wonít fit. It is possible to reverse brackets to move Chiller several inches to rear without causing any problems with the rest of the kit. That is something I have been planning on trying but just havenít had time.

These kits are tailor made for each application. I understand many people donít mind having to modify things when they want something different than the next guy. But as far as larger heat exchanger we put a lot of research into performance and larger heat exchanger is not the way to go. Thatís why we have the automatic diverter valve. Personally Iím taking the heat exchanger off my GTO when I change cam and just rely on Super Chiller.
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Old 02-17-2012, 07:56 PM   #25
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This is last weekend for sale price and summer heat will be here soon enough. Monday is deadline to save $100. 50% deposit to Paypal will secure sale price. AI Super Chiller is proven to provide lowest IAT of any product flat! Soon to find its way onto Dallas Performance Twin Turbo Lamborghinis.

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Old 02-20-2012, 07:35 AM   #26
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OK this is deadline to save $100 on Super Chiller. 50% deposit to Paypal will secure sale price.
Just ask anyone already running AI Super Chiller!
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Old 02-23-2012, 10:32 PM   #27
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I am extending Sale until 2/29/12 as a 2/29 special! Come on members only 2 Camaro kits sold in a month. Just ask anyone that already Chills you just can’t beat it. One year guarantee on parts/one year on install if by authorized installer. There is still one FREE install up for grabs. Again 50% down locks in sale price.
But that’s it for the $100 off as off 3/1/12 Free shipping on any Super Chiller Kit until 3/31/12.

Special shout out to GizmoQ from St Louis MO. Good luck and be safe at Friday race at PBIR.
His XLR V with over 26lb boost will be here Saturday for custom Super Chiller and some other work that should wake that thing up with lower IATs

This has been one Crazy week. My life long friend/land lords Super Duty Power Stroke broke down no start and one of his vans got hit that are needed for his Plumbing business. I had to stop everything figure out what was wrong and fix it. Which among other things meant a new fuel pump and new pick up inside fuel tank. I also found out Lift has to be moved back about a ft so that meant I could only lift truck half way and work bent over.


I’m spending $350 hr for tax Attorney, missed work on day job and between Truck and getting all documents in order stayed up till about 3AM every night.
On the other hand Attorney has me hooked up. I now have sourced supplier for every part I buy and setup whole sale accounts. Shipping Account squared away and sourced shops for most of my CNC work.
Long anticipated GTO Super Chiller Adapters are a beautiful thing!



TREK OUT and back to work.

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Old 02-28-2012, 09:49 AM   #28
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Do you have any thoughts about use on a road course? I would like to get one for the V but I hit the road course a lot more than the drag strip.
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Old 02-28-2012, 10:58 AM   #29
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I think Dave said they don't recommend using this on road coursing because it would put too much stress on the compressor by making it cycle on and off too much from WOT runs.
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Old 02-28-2012, 12:13 PM   #30
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I think Dave said they don't recommend using this on road coursing because it would put too much stress on the compressor by making it cycle on and off too much from WOT runs.
Thank you - I wasn't sure
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Old 02-28-2012, 07:14 PM   #31
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Do you have any thoughts about use on a road course? I would like to get one for the V but I hit the road course a lot more than the drag strip.
Road Course has not been done with an AI Super Chiller far as I know. I’m doing my first install on a XLR V now, GizmoQ does both road curse and drag he has a stage5 upgraded blower running 26lb on a north star! You can just imagine his 200deg + IATs pulling timing. Unfortunately you need a Tech2 to read the IAT2 on a NS. I wonder if my HPT will read it?
I have the first STS V lined up but no CTS V kit yet. CNC work is finished for all the V series as well as ZR1





If there is any car out there that needs Super Chiller its GizmoQs he drove down from St. Louis! I’m also installing a Snow kit. I bet he has 100 HP on the table with these IATs

I would say what type of Road Course, Is it a lap or several? I recommend AI’s Super Chiller for the occasional short road course. It would still remove the Heat Soak between runs and waiting to start. For professional Road Course Racing I would have to say my 12V system that adds around 2K to cost and is more invasive to car. I have a 12V install coming up but customer wants it kept hush hush for now.
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Old 02-28-2012, 07:20 PM   #32
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Tomorrow 2/29 is last day for $100 off, 1 free install is still up for grabs.
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Old 02-29-2012, 07:25 PM   #33
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To bad you dont have someone up here in NY/NJ area. Id be all over this...
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Old 02-29-2012, 10:13 PM   #34
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Ditto, very interested in the GTO kit and have been for forever lol
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