Originally Posted by crazycooter
even a small leak in the intercooler will result in a neat little whine. consider that at 3000 rpm, your stock engine is pumping around 10,000 cfm. At least that is what the MSHA tag said on mine when I bought it. You can't duplicate that with your little bitty air compressor.
PSI is PSI whether it be air or water at 2 cfm or 100,000 cmf, so if the turbo is moveing 10,000 cfm at @35 psi boost or you turn off the motor and attach a compressor and pressure check the inter cooler at 35 psi it will have the same pressure.