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Old 06-27-2013, 06:37 PM   #1
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ZL1 Super Chiller Avalable!

Taking orders for the new ZL1 Super Chiller, this one is the 30% larger. Under the hood is the same as the SS with a formed aluminum line that just looks like another stock line and no holes drilled or AC lines cut.
3 mounting holes drilled in bumper bar and some plastic trimmed behind bumper cover. 100% fitment with ZL1 bumper cover and brake ducts.

Same pricing
$799 Street
$899 Competition
$100 for 30% larger core upgrade.

Note it has been brought to my attention that some use a 20 plate core! We use a 30 plate standard and a 40 plate upgrade. That is 50% larger standard with double the size with our upgrade.











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Old 06-27-2013, 08:25 PM   #2
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Kit will have a longer 90 hose, all I had was a short 90 in stock.



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Old 06-28-2013, 09:56 AM   #3
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We use existing mounting holes for the system relay and vacuum solenoid. We use existing 6mm threaded hole for system ground and on the SS existing threaded holes to mount the Chiller, also existing grommet in fire wall to run wires inside and 100% O-Ring connections on Freon.
We have an advanced competition mode with a second relay to keep the H/E bypassed even when AC cycles or you can opt to use standard competition mode where H/E is used anytime AC is off. Also street only model available for all models without solenoid to turn off cabin AC.
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Old 07-13-2013, 08:06 PM   #4
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Taking orders for the new ZL1 Super Chiller, this one is the 30% larger. Under the hood is the same as the SS with a formed aluminum line that just looks like another stock line and no holes drilled or AC lines cut.
3 mounting holes drilled in bumper bar and some plastic trimmed behind bumper cover. 100% fitment with ZL1 bumper cover and brake ducts.

Same pricing
$799 Street
$899 Competition
$100 for 30% larger core upgrade.

Note it has been brought to my attention that some use a 20 plate core! We use a 30 plate standard and a 40 plate upgrade. That is 50% larger standard with double the size with our upgrade.
Don't miss our $200 out the door installation special!
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Old 07-26-2013, 07:23 PM   #5
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Still the lowest IAT solution for ZL1!
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Old 07-26-2013, 10:23 PM   #6
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Another update from GizmoQ and his XLR V done over a year ago, running 20lb on a North star. This is after 30 minutes driving, people commented about this very sight when he opened the hood after running the Texas Mile!

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Old 08-04-2013, 03:51 PM   #7
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I want to make sure everyone realizes AI Super Chiller has nothing to do with RX Super Chiller. I stopped supplying RX 2011 so anything they came up with after that has noting to do with what we sell @ Active Interchiller. I alone developed the Super Chiller in 2009 and have been dedicated to improve the quality ever since the first GTO was done but the basic principal is the same as day one.

Really not one comment since the ZL1 kit became available?
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Old 08-10-2013, 12:15 AM   #8
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I have a comment/question. How does this work in a road course situation. I am less concerned with the little IAT increase that happens in a short drag strip pass and more concern with the heat generated in a lap after lap situation. And how much horsepower is lost running the AC compressor vs the gain from the lower IAT temp.
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Old 08-10-2013, 05:35 AM   #9
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The computer can be tuned to RPM control only, but I don't think this is the best idea for road course. I use Alky Control and the Super Chiller for the best solution in all conditions.
There are still advantages of IAT running 20deg or more below ambient. Just look how much better your car runs in cold weather. Also seeing your IAT drop when you are sitting at a traffic light. Heat Soak is not the only condition we address. Better gas mileage, that crisp throttle response associated with low IAT. I have run the first Super Chiller on my GTO since 09 and would never go back. If you use AC this is a passive win win mod. I think everyone with a AI Super Chiller would agree they would never go back.
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Old 08-10-2013, 09:52 AM   #10
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does this chiller work with the dual fan afco heat exchanger on a zl1
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Old 08-10-2013, 12:14 PM   #11
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does this chiller work with the dual fan afco heat exchanger on a zl1
I'm sorry I didn't get back to you sooner, I wanted to complete our Xtreme Chiller so I would have more info.

The ZL1 Bumper cover eliminates the standard SS Chiller mounting on right or left side from the big driving lights. Mounting to the bumper crash bar is the next best solution. With the stock H/E there is plenty of clearance without compromising air flow to radiator or H/E. The Afco gives us the next obvious problem. I believe if the Super Chiller or Xtreme Chiller were let into the back side of the Crash Bar it will fit but I need measurements to be sure.

Cutting Crash Bar goes against everything we set out to do in the beginning with a non invasive kit. However the Crash Bar can be replaced later if you want to go back to stock. The Crash Bar is reinforced on the back side by welding 2 pieces of stock but this would add to your installation job.

Its hard to see in the picture but the Xtreme Chiller has 2” clearance to the Maggie H/E which is much thicker than the stock ZL1 H/E. The Xtreme Chiller is 18” long where the Super Chiller is 12” long so a 12” would probably have an additional inch of clearance from the curve built into the Crash Bar.





There is no need for the Afco with a Super Chiller since the H/E is not used when AC is on but you already have one or want to use the Afco for Auto X this is the only solution. In spite of the extra work cutting into the Crash Bar this still makes a clean installation on the ZL1, the above pictures of hoses and such would remain the same.
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Old 08-20-2013, 07:52 AM   #12
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When at the track, how do you control condensation dripping on the track?
Free shipping for the first Canadian ZL1?
...Or maybe you can install at Camaro fest in Texas in the spring?!
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Old 08-20-2013, 01:55 PM   #13
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When at the track, how do you control condensation dripping on the track?
Free shipping for the first Canadian ZL1?
...Or maybe you can install at Camaro fest in Texas in the spring?!
As seen above the competition model has a brass Freon solenoid on the CNC adapter that turns off the cabin Freon in competition mode. You either turn off the AC before you do your burn out or let the computer turn it off. The cold water will carry you through the ¼ mile, on ZL1/ZR1 and CTS V adding a reservoir will give you a larger reserve of cold water also.

Once you make your pass turn AC back on still in competition mode and get back in line. In street mode any time AC is on you have passive cooling, nothing to do just run AC.
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As seen above the competition model has a brass Freon solenoid on the CNC adapter that turns off the cabin Freon in competition mode. You either turn off the AC before you do your burn out or let the computer turn it off. The cold water will carry you through the ¼ mile, on ZL1/ZR1 and CTS V adding a reservoir will give you a larger reserve of cold water also.

Once you make your pass turn AC back on still in competition mode and get back in line. In street mode any time AC is on you have passive cooling, nothing to do just run AC.
So your saying in competition mode there will be no condensation?
Free shipping to Canada?
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