I was thinking that heat is being introduced (Vortech, Paxton units) by the engine oil coming in and the gears. Perhaps cooling the oil before it goes into the head unit with an oil cooler would help?Sebastian said:You mean the compressor? :-D
The compressor generates heat because it compresses the air..and as air compresses it heats up. Doesn't really make sense to try to cool the compressor as it's only going to keep making heat and it's not really going to cool your air charge down much.
Boost measured in the manifold is a measure of CFM and is thus not affected by temp.cobraguy96 said:P1/t1=p2/t2 so i think t1*p2=t2*p1 which would mean if t1 goes down then p2 would go up i believe and therefore by cooling head unit you would get higher boost numbers....i know this isn't the orignal question but i want to know whether or not i'm right....