Turning any temperature into freezing cold winter!

              • Race Track Safe
              • Improves fuel consumption
              • No condensation leaks
              • Gain back ignition timing
              • Below ambient intake air temps
              • Stealthy Installation
              • No performance loss of cabin AC
              • Patent Pending Design
              • Dyno and race track proven HP gains
              • Entire System Warranty
              • Protects engine from pre ignition
              • Great Customer Support
              • We provide full customer/technical support to all installations, we are only a phone call or email away
              • The Interchiller system includes every nut and bolt you will require we even include highly detailed step by step photo and Video instructions.

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Yes this is condensation that has turned into ice on the intercooler fluid lines of a Magnuson Heartbeat supercharger.

What is a Forced Induction Interchiller?

In simple terms we are T-Piecing into the cars AC system and the refrigerant is being split 50/50 between the cabin AC and our interchiller. Our interchiller has a patent pending design for its distribution of refrigerant into the core, which is one of the reasons why we are able to get so cold. The core is made up of 2 channels each consisting of 20 plates, in the first channel your intercooler fluid flows through, in the second your AC which supercools your intercooler fluid extremely cold as low as minus -18c (0f) the cabin AC is not affected if anything it is colder than stock since we almost double the refrigerant capacity of the system. You then have a car which will make more power, it will be consistent, you can hot lap it at the drags without waiting to cool back down as it will be back to freezing cold by the time you drive back, your engine is also protected from pre ignition since it is running a colder intake charge.

Drag Racing

The interchiller is especially useful in drag racing, typically you would perform your burnout and then stage your car, in these circumstances your intake temps are now very high and are only going to get higher as the car has no air flow for cooling, it’s at this point the chiller changes everything. It is not uncommon to have an intake temp after your burnout of 10c (50f) or less on a 30c (86f) day. We have crossed the finish line with intake temps in the low 40’s c (100f) compared to normally crossing at 80-90c (176-194f) on the LSA blower this is a lot of HP being gained!

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Patent Pending

We have completed a lot of R&D into our chiller design to get an even distribution of the AC gas across all of the plates in the chiller, this is essential to the cooling performance. What happens is the gas shoots into the chiller at a very high pressure and hits the base of the chiller, then some of the gas will revert backwards and only pass over the bottom few plates, this will not utilize the entire surface area of the chiller. So we have designed a specialized distribution device in the inlet of the chiller which forces the AC gas evenly across all of the plates. This results in the best heat transfer possible resulting in colder temps and getting colder temps faster. This is why we have been able to apply for a patent.

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HOSES AND FITTINGS

WWD - Hoses and Fittings - 1We refuse to use cheap and nasty AC fittings, they have built is issues along with long and short term problems. The hoses and fittings that we use are tested to SAE J2064 standards, and they actually exceed those standards. The burst pressure on them is 2500psi, this is impossible for your AC system to achieve, thus it will never burst.
As shown in the picture below, with regular crimp style hoses they are often plagued with the issue of trapping air and PAG oil in the crimp, which over time turns acidic

With the clamp system we use this never happens and you actually have a much stronger bite of the hose into the bite sections of the fittings, for a system that will last many years to come.

The fittings we use have a tensile strength on the weakest part (the radius) of 1600kg/3527lbs

The manufacturer we buy the hoses and fittings from warranties them as long as we use their hoses, clamps and fittings. As such we warranty the entire system, this shows how confident they are in their product that it will not fail and should it fail which is highly unlikely it will be replaced.
During SAE J2064 testing of the hose/fittings when it fails the part that fails is the actual hose bursting open at 2500psi ! The fittings and clamps remain intact still holding the hose to the fitting…only the hose is bursting open. This shows how strong the clamping system is and the bite force being applied to the hose/fitting. This is much stronger than regular crimping which is why the manufacturer is able to warranty their product.
Its a case of buying the best possible AC hose/fittings that is the most versatile, flexible to out needs and of a very high quality.

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CNC Fittings 
All of our fittings are custom made on our CNC to look and function with an OEM standard. They are pressure tested before being sent out, so they will not leak when installed correctly.

COMPETITION SOLENOID

The comp solenoid allows you to run the AC system in 2 modes:
1. Cabin and Chiller
2. Chiller only (race track safe)
In chiller only mode you are able to get colder intake temps and you will pass tech inspection at your race track as condensation is then unable to form on the cabin evaporator and you are then allowed to use the AC system on the track, as long as your intercooler lines are also insulated to not drip condensation.
The solenoid is controlled by a simple ON/OFF switch inside the cabin.

Universal kits

With our universal kits we are able to install the interchiller on any make and model car as long as the car has AC and water to air intercooling.

We have installed universal kits on many makes and models. And almost all current bolt on kits were once universal kits.

C6 Corvette with a universal kit

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AMG C63 with a universal kit

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Audi RS6 with a universal kit

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VT-VZ Holdens with universal kits.

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Toyota MR2 with a universal kit

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Monaro/Pontiac GTO with universal kits.

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Toyota 86 universal kit

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Chrysler 300c universal kit

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Mustang with a universal kit

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SRT Jeep with a universal kit

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BYPASS VALVE

In 99.99% of installs the customer is looking for all out drag racing, street racing and daily driving performance, so the front mount heat exchanger is deleted and replaced with the chiller and a reservoir. However should you wish to circuit race your car you may wish to retain your factory heat exchanger. For this we can supply a 4 port bypass valve which will give you ON/OFF control of when you use your heat exchanger. In most cases we recommend you simply delete the heat exchanger and don’t bother with the bypass valve. The reason for deleting the heat exchanger is simple, the intercooler fluid is so freezing cold that the front heat exchanger is no longer a cooling aid, it will actually heat up the intercooler fluid.

DYNO TESTING

The results we have seen are amazing, the amount of HP being lost due to excessive heat is gained back and then some extra HP on top of that!
We recently tested our Interchiller in 36c (97F) summer temperatures
With the chiller only (competition mode) our IAT was at 10c (50F)
With the chiller and cabin AC running our IAT was at 15c (59F)
The cabin AC was unaffected and very nice and cold even on such a hot day. On colder days we have seen IAT temperatures range from minus -4c to 5c (24F to 41F)

A standard car without any Interchiller, the IAT is normally 10c above the ambient temperature, so when we are achieving an IAT of 10c (50F) on a 36c (97F) summer day this is equivalent to driving in winter time when the ambient temperature is 0c (32F) ice cold.

You can view the video with these results on our videos page.

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On a standard 2014 model HSV Gen- F GTS fitted with the standard 6.2L LSA Supercharged engine we saw a gain of 23.9rwkw 32.1rwhp. The gain in HP is possible because of 2 reasons.

The first being the air is colder the oxygen is denser and you are getting a better cleaner burn of your air/fuel mixture. The second reason is more interesting because your intake ait temps is lower, the cars ECU is not pulling out as much ignition timing as it would have if you were at a hotter temperature. On this particular dyno run we saw a gain of 6 degrees of ignition timing…that’s a lot of power made there. Remember this is on a stock car, when you make even more heat when you over spin the blower, the gain will be even higher as you remove much larger amounts of heat.

WWD-dyno-2On our shop car, the same car as above the 2014 HSV Gen-F GTS once modified with heads, cam and 16psi boost out of the LSA engine on pump fuel we saw a gain of 35.5rwkw 47.6rwhp.

Warranty

We warranty every component of the Interchiller system, we only use the highest quality components which have all been pressure tested far beyond the limitations of your AC system using SAE J2064 standards.
Our system does not cut into the cars AC system or intercooler system in any way you can easily return the car to stock and nobody would even know you had it installed.

Customer Reviews and Dyno Results

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Tim King

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Autowerks VF GTS Dyno TQ

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