Just an idea here, I won't be doing it myself straight away but may prove useful to someone. When I had my front bar off I noticed on the passenger side that there is a nice big threaded bolt there with absolutely nothing around it. On the driver's side you have the window washer bottle taking up the whole space so I got to thinking, what could you put there? It's the size of a 3 litre juice container I guess, and that bolt looks like it could hold a fair amount of weight, it's about 10mm across? Having joked with a mate the power steering cooler looks like a CO2 sprayer I thought... Why not? There is a big spot for a container, you just need a nozzle to fill it, it's right next to where the sprayer needs to be for your intercooler, and it's all easily workable when you have the bar off. So has anyone done anything like this with the big empty space? I was thinking CO2 instead of water, but it would be setup the same way. Reservoir, pump and some basic plumbing. The reason for my thoughts is that I know Subaru have a system that only sprays when intake charges get over a certain temperature, and instead of forking out maybe $500 or more for a bigger intercooler with all custom work and pipes maybe a sprayer system on the standard intercooler for those warmer days of the year would be an in between alternative, and maybe 1/5th the price. I know a bigger intercooler is the better, permanent solution, but for guys whos ONLY mod is a manual boost controller this may help keep temps down a little so the factory ECU doesn't go nuts.