I can't see the point of pumping air to the intercooler at low forward speeds being of any major advantage, as long as a good air supply is funnelled in to it that should be sufficient. The amount of air the engine needs at low speeds is easily achievable even with warmed up air, it is at higher speeds and load where the intercooling is important and that tends to go hand in hand with higher road speed. The best alternative is water cooled unit or find somewhere else to mount ic?. good luck guys. Brian.