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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 10-11-2005, 08:59 PM Thread Starter
 
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Chevy has 2 new F/I'd cars

I don't know if this is old or not but I saw this today and thought I'd post it. The first car is another s/c'd car by chevy, and the other is a twin-turbo vette.
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I could be totally dumb on this but are you sure that first one is S/C? That looks an awful lot like an intercooler in the front lower grill to me .

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Yeah not many people put intercoolers on S/C'ers but they can and might but most likely it is turbo. But i could be worng.



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post #4 of 22 (permalink) Old 10-12-2005, 02:49 AM
 
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That silver car is bad-ass. It kinda looks like the Optra.
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looks like a turbo malibu, from a performance shop/company, not a new car from chevy

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post #6 of 22 (permalink) Old 10-12-2005, 06:03 AM
 
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if it is an intercooler for an sc then it would be a centrifugal type im sure
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More inportantly, it is an air/air intercooler, which are rarely used in supercharged applications. The air/water (some thing as what is in the S/C driveline) is way more efficent in my experience

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ok, you guys are idiots. the cobalt ss uses the same intercooler as was on that car!
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ok, you guys are idiots. the cobalt ss uses the same intercooler as was on that car!
yea ok
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ok, you guys are idiots. the cobalt ss uses the same intercooler as was on that car!

really? i better take mine back to the dealer and get a refund then because my aftercooler doesn't have 2"+ sized hoses out the sides of it lol. you'd need a 500gph pump to pump coolant through that thing effeciently
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