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Thanks for the reply Cole. There's no doubt in my mind that WMI is an excellent approach, and in all likelihood, I will be moving forward with it.

I'm really interested in hearing feedback from folks that have taken the water-to-air i/c approach, as I haven't heard of many on Pelican who have gone down that path. I've been reading up on the topic, and it sounds like it's a tremendous alternative for folks with space limitations or for those who are on more of a budget. And it seems that the radiator placement could be done in a rear wheel well or on the underbelly, making it much less expensive/difficult than running lines to the front of the car and hacking up the front bumper/valance.

For $300 silicone intakes sells a kit which "supports 600 HP":

Water to Air Intercooler

Sure, there's plenty of reason to be skeptical, but for $300... I'd be willing to pioneer that!

Andy - 1987 911 Carrera Coupe
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