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Kincaid Killer Chiller boost cooler??

Has any one tried one of these on a 05-09 GT? I have a 08 GT that is Saleen twin-screw super charged and i am wanting to know if this product performs as advertised? If so it will be worth the price of 749.00.
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I am considering adding this with a saleen upgraded heat exchanger.


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I don't believe anyone on here has tried it.


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I had one installed last year and love it. I had them bypass the interior AC so all the cooling would go to the SC. My cruising temps dropped over 35 degrees over the stock KB HE, also it does a good job at the track of keeping the tank and IAT's cool.
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I had one installed last year and love it. I had them bypass the interior AC so all the cooling would go to the SC. My cruising temps dropped over 35 degrees over the stock KB HE, also it does a good job at the track of keeping the tank and IAT's cool.
That's a substantial difference!

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Can it be "shut off" when not needed?

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I was wondering if you could put a closed loop AC coil in front of the H/E and overcharge it so that it would freeze. This way the air passing through it to the H/E would be much cooler. It wouldn't add hardly any weight and would be easy to test. Just a thought.

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Can it be "shut off" when not needed?
Apparently you turn it off and on when you turn on/off your A/C.

I know this thread is older than my membership here but I have been trying to dig to come up with what I want for cooling purposes. I just don't know if it would be worth it vs AFCO's shelby gt500 twin puller intercooler.

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For a track car I would see this as useful. Not so much on the street.

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this is old thread about it . check page 9 there is a video


Killer Chiller: Available & Special Intro Pricing! - The National Lightning Owners Club Inc

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Custom Killer Chiller Installed - WWW.S197FORUM.COM

298ci livernois short block with upgraded piston ,TCI super stree fighter, Bolt on Borla stinger , KB 2.6 stage 2 , 3-3/4" upper pulley , 7" lower pulley , KC system , 60lb injectors , GT500 pumps.
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