I took the intercooler out and positioned it so I could weld two aluminum L brackets on the edges of the intercooler via a Tig-welder. Run two bolts through with washers, and lock nuts, that part was done. Now run the wires and the switch, with a fuse consider your car much happier on hot days when you flick that on. To me it feels like there is a difference when I flick that on with 95 degree temps. Denser air = more power, thus to me it seems very logical. I like the 8" much better than the 10" because then you are forcing the fan to suck the air completely through the intercooler, not just some through the intercool and allowing it to be in-efficient by sucking around the sides. To me the 8" is the only way to go because it looks like it belongs and is very funcitonal.
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