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Using an engine calculator, 10F reduction in intake air temp improves the dyno factor 4%. For the V 4% is 16whp. So each degree of reduction is around 1.6 whp of improved intake air density.

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Using an engine calculator, 10F reduction in intake air temp improves the dyno factor 4%. For the V 4% is 16whp. So each degree of reduction is around 1.6 whp of improved intake air density.

So... that means you picked up a little over 30hp...

VERY GOOD.... :)

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Lingenfelter did a thorough pump tests on Camaro5 here: http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=288728

I added my comment and suggested method for graphing a system characteristic curve.

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