He said it doesn't affect the cabin A/C much at all. Pro's are that you have "boost weather" all the time, no matter what the ambient temperatures are, and your tune can safely handle more timing, which equates to more power and torque. Another would be that you'll never get heat soak. The con's are the cost and added complexity.Well, that's a neat damn mod I never knew about. Curious if it affects cabin A/C when the drag valve is off. What are the pros/cons to a chilled setup?
It just depends on how deep into it you want to go. Like if you're eventually planning to go with Garrett G25-550's or 650's then yeah definitely do it, because it's just more protection for your engine, because at that point, you have to have a built motor so why not spend a little more and give that investment more protection.