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    Dodge Demon uses its AC system to chill supercharger output

    I may be late to the game, but I just became aware that the Dodge Demon can redirect AC cooling power to chill the air coming out of the supercharger to significantly raise HP. Looks interesting. Has anyone considered attempting this on their Pro-touring car? Iíve attached a YouTube video that explains the technology and shows the actual power chiller part at about 7:00.

    https://youtu.be/wLOkr-hUnU4

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    Well, it looks like kits are available. Any experience?

    https://www.speedlogixstore.com/prod...kc-hc-drag.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by terrydmorgan View Post
    Well, it looks like kits are available. Any experience?

    https://www.speedlogixstore.com/prod...kc-hc-drag.htm
    Power Chiller unit is available for $370. As I see it, you only need to add AC lines, coolant lines, and a switch to activate it. Seems like a pretty cheap power boost. Iím surprised thereís no enthusiasm for this mod. 🤷🏻*♂️

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    It's been around (or rather tried to around) in the CTSV world for a while, but has been an utter failure as an aftermarket item. You can go to CTSVowners.com and search Superchiller to get up to speed on the saga.

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    Ford had a system as well I don't recall what it was on though.

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    https://fiinterchillers.com/

    The Interchiller was the one I always saw installed on Terminator Cobras. Seems to have worked well. This is definitely not new technology, but I think many people just never noticed that it existed.

    Certainly worth looking into if you are on the hunt for the remaining power "hidden" in a hot climate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by terrydmorgan View Post
    I may be late to the game, but I just became aware that the Dodge Demon can redirect AC cooling power to chill the air coming out of the supercharger to significantly raise HP. Looks interesting. Has anyone considered attempting this on their Pro-touring car? Iíve attached a YouTube video that explains the technology and shows the actual power chiller part at about 7:00.

    https://youtu.be/wLOkr-hUnU4

    my ECU is in the engine bay, I actually did think about routing a duct to keep it cooler in the summer. Itís not a crazy idea.
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