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OK, how does the I/C temperature show less than ambient temps, when I'm just cruising it around?

Example: On the freeway, on a 75 degree day, the I/C temp generally reads around 68 degrees.
But, the airbox air temp gauge reads usually around 100 degrees F, during this same type of driving.

I copied the below text out of the Jeep tech info, and I'm still baffled. Such a system doesn't seem able to reduce temps below ambient...or even close to it, IMO. It's not like the A/C assisted system in the Demon, right?


"A new low-temperature cooling system, consisting of a pump, reservoir, heat exchanger and lines, help keep the charge air cool during performance driving. This system is designed to keep intake air temperatures below 140 degrees Fahrenheit (60 degrees Celsius), under extreme ambient conditions, while enabling air flow of up to 30,000 liters per minute."
 
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