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That, or nitrous or CO2 sprayers aimed at the intercooler. LOL
I had an evo way back when in 2003(brand new, literally the month they came to the states) and those came with factory intercooler water sprayers. Mitsubishi did away with it quickly though, not sure why.
 


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I had an evo way back when in 2003(brand new, literally the month they came to the states) and those came with factory intercooler water sprayers. Mitsubishi did away with it quickly though, not sure why.
Had one in my 04 STi. Didn't really do shit honestly unless you threw ice cubes in the reservoir in the trunk. Then being in the trunk it'd melt and you'd just have really hot water. Others used blue washer fluid for the methanol and subsequently stained their intercoolers and engine bay because horsepower BRO.

They honestly didn't do much. It worked well for meth injection or water injection, but the sprayer on the IC was rather gimmecky. I believe Mitsu and Subaru both said it was primarily to clean dirt off the IC which would insulate the fins, not good for a heat exchanger.
 


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I’m 100% happy with my Dizzy stage 2, 93 octane tune. It’s super smooth, and has been great on the street/track/autox.
Just last week, I did a HPDE which included multiple track sessions (including a 35 minute session in 84 degrees) and about 8 autox runs, all in one day.
Not only was the power strong, but the temps and timing were well within range. (I have a Mountune radiator and fmic, if you’re wondering).
On top of all if that, Jason’s customer service is amazing. Whatever dumb question I ask, he quickly answers with a lot of detail.
 


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Yeah, I like mine definitely better then the cobb Ots.
 


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Cobb has updated all of their tunes and are running version 506. I am convinced that these updates are more competetive with the tuner OTS maps. Here is what I consistantly read off of the AP, caveat being these numbers are computer generated but still seems reasonable to compare relativly. 93 octane

Cobb Stage2 (ver. 506) : 220hp, 273 torque

Dizzy Stage2: 197hp, 250 torque

The tuners (tune+, Stratified, Dizzy, etc) are based in the older versions. My Dizzy and Strat are running Version 500. The plus side of the tuners is the customizability, but I have been most happy with Cobb's newer versions. You can always just switch maps to suit your driving style
Really? My Cobb tune felt neutered compared to my stratified tune. Where on the AP are you getting virtual HP?
 




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