There's one thing about these intercooler sprays I don't get. I read up on them a bit a while ago (so if i'm wrong then sorry) and they lower the temp to around 30f or so. They say just below freezing. I guess this would only be beneficial in places that are hot all four seasons. For New Yorkers and most people in the tri-state area, you could really only use this in the hot summers. The winters normally reach temperatures around 30's or below. So basically, in the winter, it's like constantly driving with the same temperature as a intercooler spray bar would give you.
So if you live in a generally cold area, then it doesn't make to much of a difference. But people down in the south or the Cali people could use it.
I wish somebody had dynos of this to see if it actually makes a significant difference.
they include a fuel cooler and an air intake cooler.
all in all the people I have talked to that have used it really like it. Not to mention CO2 is alot cheaper than N2O.
lilis300: Your response is true. but with a system like this or the nx
n-tercooler. You are not going to be using all of the time anyway. think of it like a shot of N2O, you are only going to be using it when you need that extra little bit of hp.