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I doubt you'll see much gains as the fuel doesn't really get that hot. Even then, the fuel is injected into the intake manifold runners and sucked into the cylinder. Plenty of time to warm up. Direct injected engines do see a gain from the charge cooling effect of the injection pulse. Except on high power race engine, I've never seen a fuel cooler being needed. Diesels on the other hand do see a gain from a fuel cooler but that's another story.

Methanol injection does show gains and works but to what extent on a stock engine, I don't know.
 
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