A colder and more dense fuel/air mixture burns more efficiently and produces more power and better performance. That’s why a high flow air filter and a cold air intake are the first tuning mods most people make, to cool the air charge. Now DEI has devised a way to cool the fuel element of the charge too.

The new CryO2 Fuel Chiller System uses the cryogenic properties of liquid CO2 to charge a series of internal cryogenic chambers surrounding the centre ‘fuel’ chamber. As the fuel passes through the centre chamber, the cryogenic-charged chambers super cool the fuel by thermal transfer, removing heat four times more effectively than any other system available today.

That heat may have been generated by the exhaust manifold, high pressure fuel pump, turbocharger, the engine block itself or just the ambient air temperature. Raising the temperature of the fuel creates a potentially lean condition or ‘vapour lock’ that can damage the engine.

The CryO2 Fuel Chiller System with its super-cooling effect helps reduce the temperature of fuel which in turn increases the density of fuel. Denser fuel promotes better and more efficient burning of the fuel – consequently generating more power and greater fuel efficiency.

Each CryO2 Fuel Chiller System comes complete with two (2) -4AN and -6AN fittings as well as two (2) 3/8″ barb fittings and mounting brackets and hardware. Also, in the kit is a 2-foot length stainless steel braided hose for use with -4AN fittings to allow a connection to other components such as a CryO2 Air Intake or CryO2 Intercooler Sprayer.

The CryO2 Fuel Chiller System is available from DEI distributors worldwide or direct from DEI at $348.40 plus shipping (and VAT in the EU).

A CryO2 installation kit and a CO2 tank will also be required.

Order via www.designengineering.com or contact your local DEI dealer ENDS.