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Ram air FWI

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imported_PaceCarBoozer

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OK, I have the ram air hood on my car so the only air that really enters the engine is through this 2" hole on the top of the box. So, I"m going to run a FWI right into the side of the air box. I could just make a CAI, but don't want my hood to be completely useless, and I thought this idea would be fun to mess around with. I just wanted to know if anyone has done this and if it had any effect. I'm gonna do it anyways, just because, but I'm curious. I'll post some pics later.
CJ
 

dole21

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ram air only really works at about 150 mph...lol


but yes im sure people have done this numerous times as well
 

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I made a ram air system for my malibu! I hooked up dryer vent tubing from the fog lamp hole where there were no fog lamps to where the air tube bent and camp back up( it was two pieces) it worked like a charm it was like it was meant to be!
 
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imported_PaceCarBoozer

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all done, problem solved.
Yea, I know the ram air doesn't really work like it boasts, but it was still the only air intake into my box, which in my mind wasn't sufficient (sp?)
CJ
 

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