brought this up in the past. I don't think the Demon is cooling inlet air directly, but something else.
But anyway, the work to cool the inlet air would exceed the power output benefit, per thermodynamics.
Also, you won't get 750 cfm out of an AC compressor.
A 10 degree drop in carb air inlet temp gives you about 1.5% power increase.
Assume my Cuda is 600 hp. Then dropping air inlet temp 50 degrees gives 45 hp increase.
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