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Was the performance gain that great?
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Sorry man, I can't tell you. I put it in about the same time as the tuner. Perhaps a bit after, and once you run a Diablo tune, nothing ever feels stock again. Plus it's steathy quiet, so you don't get that sucking sound like my new LMI will have to provide a audible que that it's bada$$ *L*

Sorry I cannot give you any definitive answer man.


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This is interesting for us in the north
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Clearly Vararam works as intended since the air was cold enough throughout the intake that the snow did not melt after driving with a warm/hot engine. For warmer climates that don't experience heavy snow there is not doubt this system will provide the coolest air and performance improvements.

For winter conditions a nice mod from Vararam would be something that blocks snow intake but still allows for a good breathing condition. Something similar to the grill covers that are on trucks in extreme cold conditions.

Wonder how this performs on trucks with the active radiator shudders (if the OP's have that I apologize)?
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Clearly Vararam works as intended since the air was cold enough throughout the intake that the snow did not melt after driving with a warm/hot engine. For warmer climates that don't experience heavy snow there is not doubt this system will provide the coolest air and performance improvements.

For winter conditions a nice mod from Vararam would be something that blocks snow intake but still allows for a good breathing condition. Something similar to the grill covers that are on trucks in extreme cold conditions.

Wonder how this performs on trucks with the active radiator shudders (if the OP's have that I apologize)?
Have you ever driven in a snow storm? You can have have a pile of snow build up in the engine bay even when driving around for a while. I've built up lots of snow in air box, in the battery bracket, hell, even on the top of the composite intake manifold.
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Sure have... Grew up in Michigan. Seems the snow issue will happen for any system as answered by Vararam. If it's a concern stick with stock. I live in a southern climate now and don't have to worry too much about snow storms.
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In defense of the vararam, I get lake effect snow here in central ny and I have driven in blizzard like conditions and have never experienced this issue. Not saying it can't happen but the wind has to be perfect.
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