The PWR intercooler has really short charge pipes which makes for less lag and better throttle response. A carbon duct feeds air from the roof to the intercooler.
The heat exchanger for the engine coolant is in the left sidepod.
PWR makes the heat exchanger for the engine oil and transaxle fluid in the right side pod.
The intake maifold is built from 3D printed plastic.
This tank is the surge tank for the cooling system. The cylinder head and top of the heat exchanger bleed to the tank as well. An unusual feature is that the system can be pressurized to put the coolant under more than typical pressure to avoid localized boiling in the cylinder head.
The quick disconnect fitting is so that coolant can be added to the system quickly during a pit stop if that ever becomes an issue.