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VARARAM - Dodge Ram Performance! Vararam Industries was created to bring true racing technology to the street, the most efficient air induction systems on earth. Our air induction systems produce more Power and Torque, offering you more real world performance than any of the other intake system out there, We've been tested to be the best, compared to the rest and each time VR comes out on top. - Dodge Ram Performance!


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I know I may seem cray stating this, but I was looking at some of your corvette ram air kits and it has a nostril type or so it looks like, how crazy would it be to try and get the vents in the hood of our rams to vent to the vararam air filter to make them more useful and not just for cooling purposes?
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This is a great intake and all and i plan to get one eventually but i have one question. To keep the pcv system more OEM why do you guys not supply a silicone hose coupler with a 90 degree T off so you can run the oem hose back to the intake just like it is from factory?

Bellow is what im talking about then just insert a double ended hose barb and it connects right back up. No need for a breather which makes the engine bay greasy and like i said keeps things oem looking

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I wondered the same thing. I just left mine hooked to the oem air box and blocked the other outlet.
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I wondered the same thing. I just left mine hooked to the oem air box and blocked the other outlet.
what do you mean? oem air box did you leave it installed what part did you block off
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I know I may seem cray stating this, but I was looking at some of your corvette ram air kits and it has a nostril type or so it looks like, how crazy would it be to try and get the vents in the hood of our rams to vent to the vararam air filter to make them more useful and not just for cooling purposes?
I got this for my Corvette when they first came out. Really awesome mod! It's cool to hear the air ducts sucking hard in the front when the car is first cranked while it's warming up.

I'm debating getting their product for the Ram right now. If the gains are anywhere close to my “butt“ meter when I got it for my Corvette, I'd be dumb not to get one for the Ram.
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what do you mean? oem air box did you leave it installed what part did you block off
Blocked the main exit hole for the old air intake. Yes OEM
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