So, what I’m noticing is extreme heat off my intake, intake piping from intercooler, and wanted some thoughts on how to cool down between passes. I’m shutting down between passes, opening the hood and putting a fan under the car to cool it down. Seems like on these hot days, it’s not really working. Even with an hour between passes the coolant temp stays the same and I get steam coming from the valve cover breather instantly. I’ve seen people spray water or some homemade concoctions on their engines or intercoolers, others leave the engine idling to allow the coolant to pass through and cool it, and some shut off and put bags of ice on their intake manifolds. I do notice my fan isn’t kicking on after the pass and my air inlet temps on my datalog seem high, but not extreme, and my coolant stays pretty consistent. I also think that because everything is aluminum and steel tubing, it will radiate heat more. it’s also a a/a intercooler, so if no air is passing through it won’t cool inlet temps if it’s idling. Should I be leaving it idle with a fan on it, or any combinations of the above? Just looking to see what you experienced racers are doing, Thanks!