Ok thanks Mikey, a careful balance needed is 100% true. A couple of issues to add after talking to my two experts (their names cannot be revealed:rofl: : 1. the air flow here ius something like 200 grams /second, and the engine every 720 degrees is sucking inlet air into a cylinder, and the inlet air is taking its roundabout route losing heat, before it gets sucked in, and this means that the differential of charge air density that Witt is concerned about is not an issue...just reduce the heat bubba!Since it is a closed system, the thermodynmic properties of the fluid do not change. No matter how much pressure or how fast you move it. There seems to be this impression if you circilate it faster it will dissipate heat faster. Not true, in fact it is much more about volume than flow. What changed it the ability to ADD HEAT, or TAKE HEAT OUT. Simple as that. In a perfect world, you would be able to dissiapate the heat 100% before sending it back in, but it ain't happenin. In fact, the faster you circulate the coolent, the WORSE off you are because you better have one hell of a way of cooling it quick. Like everything else its a careful balance.
2. due to heat build up from the supercharger as the inlet air is pressurized, the air is not uniformly hot when it passes over the laminova cores, so if you think about it, the hottest air is passing over the coolest part of the laminova core, and soon.
Of course, you should know that the elves up here are thinking all the time. Tim says that there are further iterations that up here we have not even addressed, he calls them versions 9 and 10, like 2 pumps in series, or two pumps per pair of cores, because it doesnt matter.
At the end of the day simply reducing inlet air temp with the single pass is enough. It works.
The egt is a non issue. But I will still measure it ,for witt, sometime soon.
As for fuel distribution lets not confuse the laminova story with fuel issues. There may be issues at the lower end of the rev band, but my guess is that does not impact single pass charge air cooling, and OTTP have an excellent fuel system mod that will help you that is very well priced. :thinkerg: