K.J. Jones
June 15, 2007

Intercooler? This turbo 'Stang don't need no stinkin' intercooler! Matt's trunk serves as home to a 7-quart reservoir and high-pressure (150-180 psi) pump that feed Snow Performance's Boost Juice forward to the engine. Snow's Boost Cooler system is an alternative to the traditional intercooler for turbocharged, supercharged and nitrous-oxide-fed bullets. Water-methanol injection controls detonation by cooling the inlet-air charge. Water basically cools the intake charge and combustion process. Methanol works as a cooling agent, but also serves as an extremely high-octane fuel. With an oxygen-heavy, denser charge and more ignition timing, horsepower gains can be impressive, thanks to the mist of this simple mixture.

5.0 Tech Specs
ENGINE AND DRIVETRAINELECTRONICS
BlockEngine Management
{{{Ford}}} 4.6DiabloSport
DisplacementIgnition
281ciStock
BoreGauges
StockDay Glow
Stroke 
StockSUSPENSION AND CHASSIS
Cylinder HeadsFront Suspension
StockK-Member
CrankshaftStock
StockA-Arms
Compression RatioStock
StockCaster/Camber Plates
CamshaftsStock
StockStruts
Intake ManifoldStock
StockWheels
Throttle Body{{{Diablo}}} Delta Force 20x9-in
StockTires
Air FilterGoodyear {{{Eagle}}} HP Ultra Plus
Conical255/35 ZR 20
Power AdderBrakes
HP Performance MaxTurbo Stock
system (9 psi) with SnowRear Suspension
Performance Boost CoolerSprings
water-methanol injectionH&R 2-in lowering springs
ExhaustShocks
StockStock
Fuel SystemControl Arms
Stock w/Boost-a-PumpStock
TransmissionWheels
Stock 5R55Diablo Delta Force 20x9-in
ClutchTires
N/AGoodyear Eagle HP Ultra Plus
Rearend295/40 ZR 20
Stock 8.8 w/3.55 gearsBrakes
DriveshaftStock
StockChassis Stiffening
 N/A