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Old 10-19-2011, 06:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Crash View Post
Terry you may not notice but I have been logging with my trinty and have been seeing as much as 100 degree higher temps at the intake from the ambiant temp outside. Now it is about 20-30 degrees higher only. I would say to owners of the volant they should cover that hole if they dont want to do this because all they are doing is sucking in all the heat from under their hood. jmho
You're 100% right. That's what got me thinking about doing it in the first place. Got to looking after I installed it and that opening is right there sucking all that hot under hood air. Figured I may as well make it a true cold ram air if I was going to go to the trouble!
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