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Group Buy: Killer Chiller

Discussion in '2nd Generation' started by FordFanStan, Nov 3, 2008.

  1. FordFanStan

    FordFanStan New Member Established Member

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    Due to popular demand I am setting up a group buy on the Killer Chiller unit.

    Many have already installed this unit and know it is a very efficient unit and a great way to keep your IAT2 temps cool.

    Here is the picture of what you get, (kit has been modified and comes with different fittings so that you do not have to cut any factory A/C lines).

    killer_chiller_kit.gif

    System comes with all necessary lines hoses fittings & retainers
    comes with your choice of red, blue, or green led temp gage for monitoring IC temperatures.

    Guaranteed to lower your IC temp 50 to 55 degrees.

    Regular price: $649.00



    It will be available with or without the gauge and we need 10 or more people to get in for this price:

    KC kit w/ gauge: $550 plus shipping.

    KC kit w/o gauge: $500 plus shipping.


    These kits will be drop shipped for your convenience directly from Kincaid Performance Inc. The kits will be shipped out in the order of purchased. It will take 2-4 weeks delivery from when you place your order. If you choose to purchase the kit w/o the gauge now, and wish to upgrade and add the gauge later on down the road, you can do so for the same additional $50 it is being offered now, (only applies to customers in this group buy), which the gauge usually retails for $70 or more. I will run this group buy at least until the end of this month, however would like to see anyone interested get on the list as soon as possible and put a deposit in place. In the case 10 people or more are not in the group buy, the purchase price will increase $50 on the kits. Shipping will be a flat-rate of $35.00 inside the continental 48 U.S. States.

    If you have any questions or would like to make your purchase and/or deposit please contact me or DMP with all of your info, (including screen name, which message board you belong to, w/ or w/o gauge, and gauge color), and we'd be happy to assist you. Thank you, FordFanStan


    1. The Swede ..... (SvtP - w/ red gauge)
    2. inuswo ..... (SvtE - w/o gauge)
    3. ExCloud ..... (Nloc - w/ blue gauge)
    4. Haybale ..... (SvtE - w/o gauge)
    5. luv2drum1 ..... (SvtP - w/ red gauge - PAID - kit shipped 12/03/08)
    6. CHUXSVT ..... (Nloc - w/ blue gauge)
    7. ibismojo ..... (Nloc - w/o gauge - PAID)
    8. HIVOLTG ..... (SvtP - w/ green gauge)
    9. sstock ..... (Nloc - w/o gauge - PAID - Received)
    10. e9tac ..... (Nloc - w/o gauge - PAID)
    11. lightning666 ..... (SvtP - w/ blue gauge)
    12. qurtrn10 ..... (SVTP, w/o guage)
    13. WHITLTNG .... (SVTP ?)
    14. svtrickey ..... (Nloc w/ blue gauge - PAID - kit shipped 12/03/08)
    15. Jim Ienner .... (Nloc w/o gauge - PAID)
    16. buckachow ..... (Nloc w/o gauge - PAID - kit shipped 12/04/08)
    17. red 92 ..... (Nloc w/ red gauge - PAID - Received)
    18. latemodelracer2 ..... (SvtP w/ green gauge)
    19. jangocast ..... (Nloc w/ blue gauge - PAID)
    20. BC Lightning ..... (SvtP w/ gauge)
     
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  2. Z7What

    Z7What Powered By Eaton Established Member

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    Damn! Wish i had the extra cash!

    Wayne
     
  3. tallfreak

    tallfreak Just a newb Established Member

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    +1 Maybe if it is still around after x-mas. Holiday overtime!
     
  4. luv2drum1

    luv2drum1 Member Established Member

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    Put me on the list Stan. I will definitely purchase one of these kits. I will take one with the red gauge. Also, can you guys just have mine shipped to your shop? I will give you guys a call this week to pay for the unit. Thanks man.
     
  5. FordFanStan

    FordFanStan New Member Established Member

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    Yes and yes :thumbsup: You will love it Albert. Maybe we can get it on before the 29th for you? Lots of things to do before then but it may be a possibility. Sorry I wasn't there the other day when you stopped by, I'll find out the scoop from Dante tomorrow. FFS
     
  6. lightning666

    lightning666 New Member Established Member

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    I'm just wondering how much this would help on a truck that is not really street driven, I take it out occassionally but its maybe track use. I'm running a 3.4, jlp stage 3 heads and cams, built block, the new trick performace plenum and ford gt accufab TB. You think this would help? And would it only help when its hot, because where I'm from the track is open year round and we get about 60degree weather to run in during the winter. So I'm just wondering if this should be a mod that I should wait for the summer to get.
     
  7. FordFanStan

    FordFanStan New Member Established Member

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    Well the final decision has to be up to you, but I think it will help in any weather and any type of driving. I was saying on Nloc how we just installed two different units this last Friday. After that we tuned one of the trucks and drove it around. Before KC it had IAT1s about 120+, moderate driving (not the greatest intake/blower setup) and IAT2s anywhere from 140-160* :eek:. After the KC the IAT1s dropped to below 20* below the IAT1s. Drove the truck around and it felt more responsive, more power at the pedal, it just all around felt like a complete different truck, and all for the better. This kit is well worth the money IMO, especially in this group buy where the price is almost $100 off. I have been recommending this kit to all of my friends and customers lately, and also have it for my own personal truck. My only regret is that I waited so long to purchase the kit myself. FFS
     
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    lightning666 New Member Established Member

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    so would we run with the ac on at the track?
     
  9. FordFanStan

    FordFanStan New Member Established Member

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    :thumbsup:
     
  10. lightning666

    lightning666 New Member Established Member

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    ok sounds good, its hot most of the year down here so it should help. Put me down for one.
     
  11. qurtrn10

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    You mentioned on NOC keeping it open until at least the end of the month. With that being the case, put me on the list for a kit without guage. As soon as my bonus money comes in this month, I'll be getting back in touch.

    qurtrn10...(SVTP, w/out guage)

    Thanks,
    William
     
  12. FordFanStan

    FordFanStan New Member Established Member

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    I just need to know if you want a gauge and if so what color bud? FFS

    Done :thumbsup:
     
  13. lightning666

    lightning666 New Member Established Member

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    blue gauge
     
  14. FordFanStan

    FordFanStan New Member Established Member

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    I will be leaving for Vegas/SEMA in a few hours/tonight (Nov. 4th) and I am not for sure when I will be able to get to the internet while I am out of town. Our secretary will be in the office and can take your orders if you choose, and I will have my phone on the whole time if you have any questions they can be directed to me. I will follow up on the GB whenever I have the chance and will be back in town on Friday, (Nov. 7th). FFS
     
  15. lightningmanny

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    in order for this to work ...you well need too have the a/c on...right...........and you say drop the iat2 too about 50*or55*...or drop 50 from the 120* that we run (puting it at 70*)....which one is it?......just want to know....i want to buy one anyways
     
  16. HIVOLTG

    HIVOLTG Go SKERS! Established Member

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    http://www.svtperformance.com/forums/showthread.php?t=536792&page=2

    MMShaggy has a video of his in action that takes it down to like 68* if I remember right
     
  17. lightningmanny

    lightningmanny Member Established Member

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    ok...now where is the temp gauge install'd at...the lines going into the H/C....or come out of it (going to the intercooler)......just asking cause if drop into the 60* then i buying one....im in miami so its HOT :burn: down here.....another thing is you'll need to get tune for the right??
     
  18. throttle jockey

    throttle jockey Stock Block 11 Sec. Club Established Member

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    The temperature of the IC coolant which will ultimately effect the charge temps is effected by several factors such as ambient temp, constant driving versus idling, use of the HE versus bypassing the HE and the amount of refridgerant in the A/C system.

    Most of us mount the temp sending unit in the IC reservoir. Obviously mounting it here means that the coolant entering the IC core is even cooler since the reservoir is after the coolant has already been heated. I've heard the coolant is roughly 10* cooler before entering the IC core.

    Re-tuning is not necessary.
     
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  19. SVT-BansheeMan

    SVT-BansheeMan na na, hey hey, goodbye Established Member

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    When will this offer end?
     
  20. throttle jockey

    throttle jockey Stock Block 11 Sec. Club Established Member

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    I believe Stan said the end of the month but it may extend slightly longer.
     

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