After talking with you about this it sounds like a great idea, but needless to say, I don't have the funds available to do it now.. But keep me posted.
But isn't refilling the tanks expensive?Hans91GT said:This is a much cheaper alternative to larger intercoolers.
I'm thinking they are smart advertisers...remember that Honda was not meant to be turbocharged, so cooling probably helps a lot. I don't think that it will make as big a difference on a car that was designed for turbocharging in the first place...sorny said:I didn't think it'd help THAT much though, 50+HP??!!??
Do you mean if CO2 gets cold at all? If so, yes. Colder then N2O? I don't know, but I've have them both sprayed on my hand at least a little and them seem the same. Of course my hand isn't calibrated for -100 temps. Does the metal ring go INSIDE the IC or just like on top or bottom?MikeHoffa said:Dunno if it gets colder or not though
Try having a TMIC while you're sitting in line for 20 minutesAmkreadGTO said:...90 degrees temp 1/4 mile track... sitting there waiting for my turn totally render the FMIC useless... the thing was heat soaked!
Besides the fact that helium is extremely flamable ( I think ) you'd probably pop a big 5ft tall wheelie every time you launched That or you'd just float.MikeHoffa said:
I always wondered what would happen if you put helium in your tires instead of regular air....Weight reduction time!