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Low air-charge temperatures are a screw-blower advantage over Roots designs, but an efficient charge-cooling system is still a must. In front is the heat exchanger from all recent Kenne Bell Ford kits. In back is the new, approximately 25-percent-larger intercooler used in the 5.0 kit. Both taller and longer, it's the largest cooler KB could package, and a major reason 5.0 discharge temps are nominally a chill 110-120 degrees. The extra cooling is a big help with the Coyote's 11.1 static compression ratio, which is higher than ideal for a blower motor.