Has anyone put a vararam cold air intake on. The company guarantee's the product to over 100% efficient. This is what the site states:
The unit is over 100% efficient- that means when you move the system is already pumping in air greater then your road speed at the throttle body, that's how good the Hemi under glass flows
• Reduces 0-60mph times by as much as 1 full second on 4x4s and 6 tenths of a second on 2wd hemi trucks
• Reduces 1/4 miles times by as much as 6 tenths of a second! We guarantee you at least 3 tenths and 3mph no matter which truck you have.
This gives more performance improvement than.
Cat back exhaust
And so much more
The Hemi under glass is more than performance its about creating a show stopping look that is pure "MOPAR MUSCLE!"
Over a 1 yr in design and R&D to deliver the jaw dropping performance that Vararam systems have become legendary for and to create a true retro system that any Hemi truck lover would be proud to show at any event.
All of this is backed by Vararam's industry leading performance guarantee!
If it doesn't deliver 3 tenths and 3mph in the 1/4 mile over factory, we will take the unit back and pay shipping both ways. You are out "NOTHING!"
We have been doing this for years and we look forward to bringing true Mopar performance enthusiasts into the Vararam family!
The site is http://www.vararam.com/hemi.html
Let me know what you think
I don't have one but have heard good things about them.
that intake looks awesome, n i can see why it would work so well, id like to get one, if anyone gets one, post reviews about it.
Just make sure you dont get water in the tubes.
When I get the money to buy this I am also investing in a Intercooler piping kit so that I can run all solid pipe. At the front where the induction inlet is I am planning on putting aluminum mesh screen in so that bugs, snow and water have a harder time getting in. Due to the I may also put in a one-way drip valve in so that water doesn't pool.
I not a fan of the looks of that and the fact that if you do any off roading with it much or water might not be your best friend in those tubes.
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