For those who can’t find the right intercooler, WagnerTuning has come up with a new configurable universal racing intercooler system. The online configurator currently offers a choice of nine core sizes and lets users combine them with various cast-aluminum endtanks to make sure that the inlet and outlet are in the ideal place for the application. The intercooler can then be finished off with either a ‘performance’ or ‘competition’ core structure and optional black powder coating. If that still isn’t enough configurability for you, then WagnerTuning also offers completely custom intercoolers, designed specifically for your car.
WagnerTuning has its in-house development department, which uses 3D scanning and CFD simulations to make sure its products perform under race conditions. When designing a custom intercooler, this technology means it can simulate and virtually test a component before the first prototype is made. When a prototype does need to be made, it can use its own flow bench to trial 3D-printed parts.