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They have been using these on cars with forced induction for a long time basically gets sprayed on the intercooler to help cool the charge of air down.

I saw they have a fuel cooler which that would be pretty decent cause cooler fuel is alwyas better. maybe somehtign real good for a drag bike or something.

I wish you could jsut run a small like fridge pump on the bike for that matter tho.

BTW you can make these very very easy.
 

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Yeah they also have the intake bulb that goes in the intake tube. It's basically is a heat sink that supposedly cools down to -80 degrees, and lowers your intake temps 50 degrees. They have intake bulbs in 2.5in and 3in sizes. I'd like to see a bike setup and dynoed and see what kind of gains you'd get. 1tail.com sells them so someone must have utilized this system on a bike.
 

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for how much drap you would have to put in there i can't really see it being usefull a turboed car would probably work really well with it on the intercooler but i really can't see that bulb doing too much to the bike specialy since we can't carry a 10lb bottle
 

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They have been using these on cars with forced induction for a long time basically gets sprayed on the intercooler to help cool the charge of air down.

I saw they have a fuel cooler which that would be pretty decent cause cooler fuel is alwyas better. maybe somehtign real good for a drag bike or something.

I wish you could jsut run a small like fridge pump on the bike for that matter tho.

BTW you can make these very very easy.


whats that noise ?

oh thats my freon pump
 

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Hey if i could make a really small one I defintly would, would be pretty awesome to have freezing cold fuel all the time.
 

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Hey if i could make a really small one I defintly would, would be pretty awesome to have freezing cold fuel all the time.
could always do peltier cooling paste them on to the bottem of the tank or on to the fuel rail though the tank would seem to be the most efficient

they heat and cooling using voltage (conveniently 12vdc) they just take some current can get high depending on size

http://cgi.ebay.com/123Watt-Peltier-Thermoelectric-Cooling-Module-NEW_W0QQitemZ280117010029QQihZ018QQcategoryZ4660QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

an idea of what im talking about they can get pretty cold
 

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I wonder if this could be made to fit around a 2-3in alumium intake pipe? I've never heard of these things and it seems like they could be put to use in the automotive industry!
could always do peltier cooling paste them on to the bottem of the tank or on to the fuel rail though the tank would seem to be the most efficient

they heat and cooling using voltage (conveniently 12vdc) they just take some current can get high depending on size

http://cgi.ebay.com/123Watt-Peltier-Thermoelectric-Cooling-Module-NEW_W0QQitemZ280117010029QQihZ018QQcategoryZ4660QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

an idea of what im talking about they can get pretty cold
 

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I did some research on these, they would be a great idea if they didnt generate so much heat them selves. on one side of that wafer you have a freezing cold side and on the other you have an extremely hot side so your generating heat that needs to be disapated. so kind of like making more heat just to get ride of some heat.
 

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I did some research on these, they would be a great idea if they didnt generate so much heat them selves. on one side of that wafer you have a freezing cold side and on the other you have an extremely hot side so your generating heat that needs to be disapated. so kind of like making more heat just to get ride of some heat.
with a lil copper heat sink on the other end its not bad at all i have one (to play with) with an old intel heat sink on it and the one side is really cold and the other is moderately warm still colder then the engine gets below the gas tank
 

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I think a good way to go with the Cry02 would be to fab up some copper tube in a spiral shape and put in your intake tube, of course it would have to be vented so you'd have to make an exit hole somewhere. As for the 10lb bottle I think it would fit on a braket on the left rear passenger peg mount. I might try it with this turbo if it doesn't sell by the time I'm able to fix my bike from the low side.
 
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