Originally Posted by fanman
That's not possible. CO2 would seize an engine if it was sprayed into an engine. It sprays onto the fins of the intercooler, cooling the outside of the enclosed unit so that the air that goes through the IC is cooled down.
Please explain how CO2 could seize an engine. You do know that CO2 is a gas at ambient temp and pressure right? I guess I'd better start figuring out how to filter out all the CO2 that's naturally in the ambient air before it goes into the engine......hate to seize it up.
I'm going to go ahead and buy a CO2 intercooler spray bar system and put it on. I'll post the results next time I go to the track.