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It is probably INTER-COOLER... but since you are flinging silly questions as fast as you can... I'll let you figure out
that is merely a cooling stage of the TURBO-CHARGER

An exhaust appliance... that uses the outflow (pressure) of the engine combustion to spin a fan... which turns another... to create a INFLOW of air to the intake...

Logically
it's like trying to pick one's self up by your own boot-straps but it does seem to work..

So WHAT'S THE QUESTION?

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