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Old 10-11-2012, 07:31 PM   #1
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Sweet Deal for first ZL1 Super Chiller!

The Super Chiller is a no cut installation. All my adapters are CNC at existing connections. Custom AN fittings seal with O-Ring to Chiller Core, in fact the entire system uses standard AC O Rings. This is completely reversible if you want to put car back to stock. A passive Heat Exchanger canít compete with refrigerating the coolant. The core is Stainless Steel and only moving part is the Expansion Valve. Formed OEM looking aluminum return line under hood.
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Free installation for first ZL1 to come in for installation. Pm me for full details I had a member from Jacksonville and one from Miami contact me I said I would cover Hotel cost and provide a loaner car. PM me if you are interested its time to make a deal! Iím getting so many inquires I need to be able to fill these orders. We donít do universal kits every kit is model and Blower Specific. ZL1 will make the 4th Camaro kit alone.
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Old 10-11-2012, 07:43 PM   #2
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CTS V Super Chiller

In case anyone has missed it the XLR V and CTS V Super Chillers have been selling for some time. I also have a great upgrade for the CTS V with a hidden reservoir and under hood reservoir with cap. Best thing about the under hood reservoir it helps bleed system and is plastic so no insulation needed. These are direct fit no cut installations with nothing visible under hood. These are featured on a Cadillac Forum with much more info.
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Old 10-11-2012, 09:15 PM   #3
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How do you keep condensation away from the MAF with this one. I see you're in FL and would have the same problem we do here w/ humidity.
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how would condensation be an issue with the MAF? this has nothing to do with it. the Superchiller cools the fluid that's running through the factory heat exchanger. there might be some condensation from the Superchiller itself, but once again, that's nowhere near the MAF sensor.
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I wish I were closer. I'm definately buying one of your units for my ZL1. Just so you guy's know, Dave is the originator of the Super Chiller, and a super nice guy. Buy with confidence.
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The Super Chiller is a no cut installation. All my adapters are CNC at existing connections. Custom AN fittings seal with O-Ring to Chiller Core, in fact the entire system uses standard AC O Rings. This is completely reversible if you want to put car back to stock. A passive Heat Exchanger canít compete with refrigerating the coolant. The core is Stainless Steel and only moving part is the Expansion Valve. Formed OEM looking aluminum return line under hood.
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Free installation for first ZL1 to come in for installation. Pm me for full details I had a member from Jacksonville and one from Miami contact me I said I would cover Hotel cost and provide a loaner car. PM me if you are interested its time to make a deal! Iím getting so many inquires I need to be able to fill these orders. We donít do universal kits every kit is model and Blower Specific. ZL1 will make the 4th Camaro kit alone.
I realize you are super busy, but my offer still stands. I will pay for plane ticket, hotel, and food to Cali for free install with deep discount on chiller unit to use my ZL1 as the test mule for install. I have a shop with a car lift you can use. I will also pay for you to install my new 2.55" pulley, solid coupler, and CAI. This could be a two day trip three max. This may be a lot faster than waiting for someone to bring in a ZL1. Plus its a free trip to Cali! Keep it in mind.
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how would condensation be an issue with the MAF? this has nothing to do with it. the Superchiller cools the fluid that's running through the factory heat exchanger. there might be some condensation from the Superchiller itself, but once again, that's nowhere near the MAF sensor.
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I still waiting to see the results, some air temp tests. And for some opinions from someone that has it installed.
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Old 10-12-2012, 12:39 PM   #10
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I still waiting to see the results, some air temp tests. And for some opinions from someone that has it installed.
Dave installed mine on my Maggie SS probabaly 9 months ago and I have had zero problems with the system. I usually run IATs between 48F and 75F cruising around in the crazy hot central FL weather. IATs at full boost can peg somewhere in the 105 to 120F temps which is still better than the 160F-ish range I have seen w/o the chiller.
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Dave installed mine on my Maggie SS probabaly 9 months ago and I have had zero problems with the system. I usually run IATs between 48F and 75F cruising around in the crazy hot central FL weather. IATs at full boost can peg somewhere in the 105 to 120F temps which is still better than the 160F-ish range I have seen w/o the chiller.
Do you think your maggie puts out more heat than the ZL1's Eaton?
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I still waiting to see the results, some air temp tests. And for some opinions from someone that has it installed.
Its the best money you will spend on a boosted car!
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Old 10-12-2012, 01:53 PM   #13
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Good to hear from you Bobby. I havenít talked to you since Indy, thanks for your help and support!
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Old 10-12-2012, 02:55 PM   #14
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How do you keep condensation away from the MAF with this one. I see you're in FL and would have the same problem we do here w/ humidity.
Some shops were installing front mount Superchargers or Turbo with the Chiller before the MAF. I never tried this since I relocate the MAF before the Chiller. There customers were complaining that the condensation was burning out the MAF. This does not apply to a top mount Whipple, Maggie or the ZL1 since the MAF is before the intercooler from the manufacture.
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Old 10-12-2012, 02:57 PM   #15
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Do you think your maggie puts out more heat than the ZL1's Eaton?
Comparing the Maggie or Whipple to the ZL1 is not a fair comparison but IMHO the Active Interchiller Super Chiller is still highest performance product to lower IATs on any boosted Camaro. It will still take more heat out of the system than any other product. I have #s from CTS Vs but I have to locate them, as I recall the over driven LSA was very close to the Magnuson IATs
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Old 10-20-2012, 06:30 AM   #16
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Shipped another ZR1 Super Chiller and first Hummer H2 Super Chiller kit to Dubai this week!
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Old 10-20-2012, 07:00 AM   #17
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How long do you think would you need the car to make the Active Interchiller for a ZL1?

BTW, can't access your website.
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Old 10-29-2012, 04:50 PM   #19
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How long do you think would you need the car to make the Active Interchiller for a ZL1?

BTW, can't access your website.
Saturday and Sunday would be best for me to install the Super Chiller. Website is working now.
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i live in tampa fl and i would be intrested. Send me a PM if intrested
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I think I replied to all the ZL1 inquires, any one I missed?
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Some shops were installing front mount Superchargers or Turbo with the Chiller before the MAF. I never tried this since I relocate the MAF before the Chiller. There customers were complaining that the condensation was burning out the MAF. This does not apply to a top mount Whipple, Maggie or the ZL1 since the MAF is before the intercooler from the manufacture.
Thank you sir... that makes sense...
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Old 11-10-2012, 11:14 AM   #24
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My Ohio ZL1 deal was snaked, so offer still stands for first ZL1 Super Chiller. Nothing out there comes close to our performance or quality. Here are a couple more endorsements.

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Went to Bristol last weekend for the Super Chevy Show. Bristol is traditionally a slow track (Hot, humid & slick). I ran the street class on Saturday (30 mile cruise and 3 back to back hot passes, temp was mid 80's.). I won my index with a three pass average of 12.021. All three passes were within .044 of each other. Every launch my I/C water temps. were right at 40 degrees. There is no way I could have been so consistent with out the Super Chiller!
Here is a quote from Giz, we super chilled his XLR V early this yr. XLR V has a factory Super Charged 4.4 North Star. This one is over spun to 20 lb the IATs were over 200deg.

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Yeah mine's still going strong with 2 Land Speed Records to my credit. I just found out last month that my "magic number" was 122* IAT2 and the chiller keeps it under 120* for my full LSR run. So that 5* of timing I was losing above 122* went away!

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Just took another 2012 CTS V deluxe kit order and ZR1 order from Maryland!





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