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Old 11-03-2005, 04:33 PM
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Who builds the best 575sci inner-cooler? Thanks
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Friend just installed superchillers on his works fine. It did raise the engines by 4".

I have them also and have been very happy.

Got them from Fred/TooOld/Trick Marine/ Burger King/ Skater Cigarette Sutphen Formula Ex-owner...
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Superchillers will work great and can be purchased at a better price than the others.

They offer a complete kit for the 575. Call if I can help. We offer good discounts on Superchillers.

Includes:
1 Color Matched SuperChiller®
1 Blower Pulley
1 Belt
1 Stainless Steel Hose Extension

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what is the boost number...& expected hp gain?
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i got 575's with whipple coolers work awsome neat clean install fit under hatch with out major mods
blue to match
with middle road pulleys AZ s&m kit and misc i getting 698-700 hp ea mota
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Default Re: 575 intercooler what works best?

I went with Whipple too because I didn't have hatch clearance. More complex to install than the superchiller, but significantly lower (2 3/8"s), and it does work as Jonas says.
In addition, I'm running a 3" blower pulley, and AZSM ECU recurve and boost kit. I also found a Hardin Marine water pressure regulator that cuts off the intercooler at idle.
Don't forget to add a sea strainer to keep the intercooler from clogging.
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I went with Whipple too because I didn't have hatch clearance. More complex to install than the superchiller, but significantly lower (2 3/8"s), and it does work as Jonas says.
In addition, I'm running a 3" blower pulley, and AZSM ECU recurve and boost kit. I also found a Hardin Marine water pressure regulator that cuts off the intercooler at idle.
Don't forget to add a sea strainer to keep the intercooler from clogging.
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what did you gain? $cost?
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