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Old 04-13-2013, 12:17 AM   #18
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Didn't know you could get any Camaro without A/C....or did you just take yours off?
It was taken off, doesn't do a whole lot for a car that runs primarily at the track, but maybe the IATs would be worth the weight, I dunno.
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Old 04-23-2013, 04:53 AM   #19
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I recognize the user names above, thanks for your support! It really makes a difference; I have been hammered with orders since March. Kits are going all over the world now, I’m finishing one up now for a Lumina SS (G8) going to South Africa.
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Old 04-23-2013, 08:02 AM   #20
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I wish I could run the chiller, just don't want all the weight of the A/C too.
It is just 7 lbs
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Old 04-23-2013, 12:06 PM   #21
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I have this same AI Chiller and it works great. My last experience @ the track and after heat soak from earlier run my IAT's were 115f when I started car to pull to stagging lanes and with chiller in comp mode within 2-3 minutes IAT's were 39f, stayed there through staging and only climbed to 89f by end of 1/4 mile run. Highway driving the other day 84f ambient temps and my water stayed low 50's f with IAT's matching, switched to comp to see difference and water dropped into low 30's F and IAT's followed.. This Chiller keeps the Maggie Cool!
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I agree, one of the best mods I have done. Maggie coolant temps reading 38 degrees in 100 degree temperatures.
Just out of curiosity, have either one of you made a 1/4 mile pass first without having the chiller on, then make a second pass with the chiller on, then compare time slips?
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Old 04-23-2013, 12:43 PM   #22
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Just out of curiosity, have either one of you made a 1/4 mile pass first without having the chiller on, then make a second pass with the chiller on, then compare time slips?
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Old 04-23-2013, 12:44 PM   #23
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Just out of curiosity, have either one of you made a 1/4 mile pass first without having the chiller on, then make a second pass with the chiller on, then compare time slips?
Not on the same day but I have made several passes before chiller install and my IAT's start around 80f and finish around 120f and I run meth too with 12 psi boost. My tuner told me my tune was set to pull timing @ 100f IAT so I am loosing something on the top end without Dave's Chiller.. This Chiller is GREAT and Dave's support was also great..
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Old 04-23-2013, 03:46 PM   #24
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I added the larger roto fab reservior tank and hex vents, it's been mild weather so far, i will be interested how much these help in the hot vegas summer months
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Just out of curiosity, have either one of you made a 1/4 mile pass first without having the chiller on, then make a second pass with the chiller on, then compare time slips?
I know on the same setup(Before super chiller) I was running consistently 11.6-12.0 during the hotter months and got down to 11.20 running with the super chiller on a 90 Degree, 85% humidity day in Houston last summer. The car has the reaction of when you are driving on a cold day in winter during a 100 degree day. I think it certainly is better than not having one.
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The only comparison that could be remotely considered a fair comparison would be back to back runs....same car, same driver, same strip, same fuel, etc. etc. Still not scientific but a good comparison.
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The only comparison that could be remotely considered a fair comparison would be back to back runs....same car, same driver, same strip, same fuel, etc. etc. Still not scientific but a good comparison.
Dyno pulls usually show Ball Park of 30HP lost with Super Chiller off in 95deg FL.
Some one posted not long ago times on vs. off but I donít remember who it was, it may have been in one of my threads?
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Old 04-23-2013, 05:32 PM   #28
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I'm just curious what the difference in time slip data is when comparing two back to back runs with the only difference between the first run and second run being the first run made without the chiller and the second run with the chiller on.
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Not even one person has made back to back runs and has a pair of time slips to post up????
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Not even one person has made back to back runs and has a pair of time slips to post up????

Kind of strange. I don't care what my IAT's are on the street. I've been looking at this but would like to see some proof it works on the track. You would think the company making this would have done some track testing.
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Old 06-17-2013, 11:07 AM   #32
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Kind of strange. I don't care what my IAT's are on the street. I've been looking at this but would like to see some proof it works on the track. You would think the company making this would have done some track testing.
Turbo99 has some info at the track I believe.
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Old 06-17-2013, 12:43 PM   #33
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Sorry I don't have any data with back to back runs. Mainly because I have no reason to run without it now. Last time out temp was mid 70's and I made 3 passes. Highest IAT I saw @ the end of the 1/4 mile was 89 with Chiller. It works and I don't have areason to run without it because I know my IAT's will be higher. They were @ 114 when I started my car and before I moved to the staging lanes thay dropped to 39 due to the chiller being on. Thats proof to me. Running 12psi boost.
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Old 06-17-2013, 02:55 PM   #34
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I don't think anyone is questioning or doubting the IAT's are lower with the chiller unit. The question is what does it do for your time slips? Is your ET lower and by how much, is your top speed higher and by how much? How much quicker are your times on back to back runs using the chiller on the second pass?
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