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Old April 8th, 2010, 01:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Not sure if this is the right place to post this, but I heard something about a cry 02 system. I found dei's website and have been poking around in there for a little bit. Has anybody ran this system at all? I am kind of confused on it. So basically it just cools the air, or fuel to extremes? Essentially is this in replacement to nitrous? what are the pro's con's? Couldn't you just get an intercooler?
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Trevor has it and no you can't just get an intercooler. One an Intercooler is going to decrease the velocity of the air your getting on a N/A car 2. An Intercooler isn't going to cool the air to -80 degrees. 3. No its not a replacement for nitrous just a safer alternative. I think DEI claims around 40whp I don't think trevor has actually dyno'd it though.
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Get nitrous instead. If you don't you will CRY about how much money you spent.
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^haha well put!! soo basically for the money its not that great? Alright, hopefully Trevor adds some input here. I know alot of guys on here are running nitrous, but just wanted to kind of compare the 2, I suppose. I was thinkin about going on the bottle, but it gets expensive to fill!! I suppose I should just suck it up, cuz alteast its not costing me the upper end of 2 grand, like it would for a supercharger lol
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You still have to pay to fill the CO2 also. Dollar per hp the nitrous will always win.
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its for boosted cars to cool down the intake charge even more, it in itself doesn't add horsepower, and you really only need it if your putting down insane numbers, a n/a car wouldnt really benefit from it
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ohhh! alright..thanks da9gsr, i wasn't aware of that. So it looks like nitrous is the way to go then lol
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CryO2 isn't SOLELY for boosted cars--it can be used on N/A as well but with less beneficial results. They create kits for both setups. Either way, if I were boosted I'd probably look towards a meth injection system if I were looking to cool intake temps.

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its for boosted cars to cool down the intake charge even more, it in itself doesn't add horsepower, and you really only need it if your putting down insane numbers, a n/a car wouldnt really benefit from it
Why do people insist on posting misleading, and blatantly wrong info?
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i love how you think my info is wrong because you yourself probably have no idea what it does or even how it works, it cools the intake charge and or fuel system period, whether its n/a or turbo thats all it freakin does. It is NOT like nitrous ( N2O ), which adds horsepower by adding more oxygen and nitrogen, it is ( CO2 ) or carbon dioxide which your car expels after combustion, it does not benefit from putting it back into the intake unless it's only to cool the air already going in, in which case a denser colder air will result in more power. But i'm glad to see you post about me not knowing what im talking about, but then you don't post what it does or anything to correct me, why is that, is it because everything i posted is correct, why yes that is the exact reason why.
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i love how you think my info is wrong because you yourself probably have no idea what it does or even how it works, it cools the intake charge and or fuel system period, whether its n/a or turbo thats all it freakin does. It is NOT like nitrous ( N2O ), which adds horsepower by adding more oxygen and nitrogen, it is ( CO2 ) or carbon dioxide which your car expels after combustion, it does not benefit from putting it back into the intake unless it's only to cool the air already going in, in which case a denser colder air will result in more power. But i'm glad to see you post about me not knowing what im talking about, but then you don't post what it does or anything to correct me, why is that, is it because everything i posted is correct, why yes that is the exact reason why.
I know exactly what it does, and your statement was that Cry02 was only for boosted cars. Yes it cools the intake, and fuel. Which is not only beneficial to boosted applications. Its beneficial to any engine, anywhere on any application. Yes cooling the air and making it denser increase's you HP, as well as cooling your fuel increase's HP. No it does not add HP the same way N2o does, but it does add HP. However your statement that it is only for boosted cars is WRONG.

If you want to know if there is difference than PM Trevor he is sponsored by DEI, and has it on his 4g. I'm sure he will be more than happy to tell you all about it
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so it adds what like 5-10 hp to the crank for $650+, and thats only if you can get the intake temp down 30-40 degrees, so not worth the time, effort or money for a n/a car
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Hey guys, saw this post and had to put in my input =P

Basically this kit IMO is worth the money. If you shop around you can get the 10lb kit and intake adapter for 350 shipped. Install is a Saturday afternoon DIYer so no big deal there

On a hot summer day I think you can gain 20hp or more, but its because of heat soak mainly. In the winter I used the kit (around 20 degrees out) and I could barely feel a difference. However, the visual additions are worth 100$ by itself given you have a cool purging thing for shows, definately a conversation mod.

Purchase it, intall it, use it, you will like it. Can't be compared to NOS though, it isn't really the same thing.
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thank you trevor for posting in here, as you are the only one that actually has this system. I like in south florida, so it is almost ALWAYS hot here, with the exception of this winter. So based on the theory of the hotter it is outside the more beneficial it is, i think it could be pretty useful here. Is this something that I could run WITH nitrous? i know this has a co2 bottle, would that be too much going with both systems? sounds like if its possible to run the c02 then a nice little 50 shot would be pretty diesel!
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the amount of hp you get out of the system is all dependent on how cold you can get your intake air, site says 5-10% increase for a 50 degree drop in temp, real world dyno'd is more like 2% increase and an average of 10-20 degree drop and for the price you could buy nitrous, which would be more reliable from a hp standpoint
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thank you trevor for posting in here, as you are the only one that actually has this system. I like in south florida, so it is almost ALWAYS hot here, with the exception of this winter. So based on the theory of the hotter it is outside the more beneficial it is, i think it could be pretty useful here. Is this something that I could run WITH nitrous? i know this has a co2 bottle, would that be too much going with both systems? sounds like if its possible to run the c02 then a nice little 50 shot would be pretty diesel!
Yeah a buddy have mine has a tibby with both setup
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Sounds nice to brag about but I'd only use it for cooling fuel and then it wouldn't be very cost effective. But to each his own
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[QUOTE]Yeah a buddy have mine has a tibby with both setup/QUOTE] ohh yeah? does he like it? or does it not make a huge difference? i mean for the money..figure it will be 1500 tops for both set ups, even if its only a 50 shot, but technically we could do 75 pretty damn safe then..it would murder a turbo right?
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His tibby is more for show than go lol, but a 75 shot yes we can d0 75 safe. Its about equal to 7.5 lbs of boost
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ohh gotcha..soo basically the c02 would be a waste even in that case? lol
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