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Originally Posted by 911nut View Post
You can only get so much phase change cooling before you get the fuel wetting the cylinder walls and killing power. I think the boost pressure is a more important value since his static compression ratio was meant for n/a oeration. Crank up the boost enough and he'll have an intake charge temp rise that no extra fuel and meth will cool.
Yeah, I am running only 5lbs of boost. Anymore and the supercharger will just produce heat.

At that boost level, surprisingly, my liquid-to-air intercooler and two radiators+fans are capable of holding the avg intake temperature to +15F of ambient temperature even in Texas summer. With the aw injection in place, the intercooler & end pipe is cold to the touch.
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