While horsepower and torque increased when CO2 was sprayed on the intercooler, the stat to note in this dyno graph is the Inlet Air Temperature. The IAT data in our study is the actual value measured and recorded by the sensor and ECU in Oscar Zavala’s Mustang GT. With a short shot of DEI’s cold CO2, IAT dropped roughly 13 degrees. After making real-world tests with the CryO2 setup, we thought it would be cool to make a glory dyno pull to see the performance change after the engine and blower had a significant amount of time to cool, and carbon dioxide is shot at the intercooler. The glory run is ranked against our best result with CO2. While IAT was lowered only an additional 4 degrees, boost, power, and torque jumped dramatically in the glory hit with CO2.