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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-21-2010, 01:20 AM Thread Starter
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gogo Intake or Intercooler

which one would i benifit more from with my set up. thanks guys

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Re: gogo Intake or Intercooler

Probably more benefit from the GoGo Intake

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Re: gogo Intake or Intercooler

Myself I think it would be a toss up....cooler egts from the intercooler would be nice I bet, but the better airflow would be nice also....lol
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Re: gogo Intake or Intercooler

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Myself I think it would be a toss up....cooler egts from the intercooler would be nice I bet, but the better airflow would be nice also....lol
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Re: gogo Intake or Intercooler

Ask Doug, he sells both.
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Re: gogo Intake or Intercooler

GoGo Intake +1


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Re: gogo Intake or Intercooler

the gogo intake. doug told me that they havn's gotten a before and after on the dyno with it but from what ive read tim has no problem spooling his 66mm so there is a bit of hp increase along with lower egts.
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the gogo intake. doug told me that they havn's gotten a before and after on the dyno with it but from what ive read tim has no problem spooling his 66mm so there is a bit of hp increase along with lower egts.
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Re: gogo Intake or Intercooler

GoGo intake, i h8 you doug!

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Re: gogo Intake or Intercooler

You'll see more benefit from the Intake. The stock intercooler is very efficient and usually only needs replaced once you hit high boost levels.
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