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2. You want it closer to the throttle. You want pressure to be stabilized and to reduce the amount of normalizing / recovery time. Especially if you are bleeding off and not using a re-circulating set up. In short, the idea is to keep the system pressurized an to not have to re-pressurize the entire system and be on stand by ready to resume.

OK thanks guys this was the answer i was looking for i wanted to know if the back pressure caused by the core of the inter-cooler and resulting stress on the turbo outweighed the quicker spool up when you get back on the throttle.
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