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Intercooler Upgrades, Pulley Change, and Ice Water - Since the factory Cobra intercooler was never designed to run these elevated power and flow levels, Mihovetz made some modifications to the entry into the intercooler core. He even went to the trouble of modifying the system to accept a larger air-to-water core from the 5.4-liter Ford GT. When combined with a change in blower pulley size from 3.75 inches to 3.39 inches, the combined effect was a jump in power to 902 hp and 813 lb-ft of torque. The final mod was to replace the ambient (dyno) water running through the intercooler core with ice water. This brought the power up to 920 hp and 841 lb-ft of torque, making it the most powerful Kenne Bell-blown Cobra engine in existence.