If you could cool the air going to your TB by 50* and also cool the fuel, in theory you'd actually be sending more air & fuel through the TBI at a temp which it prefers, right. Would this also help an engine that was gasping for air because of the anemic ability of the TBI to flow air to any built SBC? Can any of you equation experts figure out how much you'd increase your new virtual CFM by lowering air intake temps? What got me thinking about this was a new product by Design Engineering Inc., the CryO2 Air intake and fuel bar. Here's the link http://www.designengineering.com/products.asp?m=sc&cid=1 It's way too expensive and I'm sure their claims are exagerated and our applications wouldn't benefit as much as others, but I thought it was an interesting concept, and wanted to see what you guys thought.