So I live in South Mississippi, and let me tell you, this is not a turbo friendly area during the summer time. The date is May 21st and we just got done with a 93F hot and sunny day. This is only the beginning of the summer, and we will be seeing temperatures well over 100F throughout the summer. Knowing the 1.4T Cruze's intercooler is sandwiched in-between the radiator and condenser, I wanted to reach out to anyone with a FMI (Front Mount Intercooler), and/or anyone that lives in areas where the temperature can be described as "The Pits of ****." Have you benefited with installing a FMI? AIT dropped? Pros and cons? I have already switched over to 93 Octane until the temperatures drop back below 85F, but I can still feel the decline in power and the heat soaking that has commenced with my Cruze. Does anyone have any advise or benefits, because I am tired of pay $3 a gallon to still experience negligible results from 93 Octane alone. Thanks!