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drag 27" L x 7" H x 2.5" D
precision 26 3/4" L x 6 3/8" H x 3.5" D

in "concept" drag will cool air charge better than precision, provided they have the same core design; drag has more front charge surface, while precision will be more efficient at higher boost due to larger volume.

but conceptually, just doesn't do it for me. does anyone have experiences with both? what is the good and what is the bad about both? which comes out on top? are they using the same core design? if they are plates, counting the number of plates, drag wins again.

anyone have info to share? personal experiences will be the best. more detailed spec is also great.
 

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The Precision intercoolers have really nice end tanks. It came highly recommended to me by another Colorado TI member who uses one for his 400whp Type-R. Good enough for him, so it's more than good enough for me.
 

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well since you want a endtank that tapers from were the charge piping connects, so you get equal flow through out the whole intercooler. crag does not do this, and PTE does
 
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