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You may only change the turbo inlet air temp by a couple degrees, the more air is compressed the hotter it gets, your best bet would be to do whatever you want with the intake and then go and buy a really efficient aftercooler. The scotty air inlet has a good idea, but it still is a pretty small hole. No matter what you do, I wouldn't spend too much on the pre-turbo air, because it is most likely over 300 degrees after the turbo anyways. Some people use a air to water cooler (cold coolant chills incoming air instead of ambient air chilling it) The problem is, finding and unused place for anything in our trucks, there's not a premium on unused engine compartment space.
 
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