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07-03-2013 04:12 PM
darkangelism
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Originally Posted by TboneZX3 View Post
Regardless of what CFM he's reading, if he's running the Injen, there will be virtually zero vacuum at the newmission tube at zero MPH. There would only be vacuum there if it were attached to a sealed box, e.g. the stock intake. However, I still think the fan would do very little to improve heat soak at low or zero speed.
True, building a better heat shield might be more better
07-03-2013 04:00 PM
TboneZX3
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What are your CFMs like? Mine are way higher than any computer fan will generate 100CFM from a computer fan is good, I get 200+ at speed from obd data
Regardless of what CFM he's reading, if he's running the Injen, there will be virtually zero vacuum at the newmission tube at zero MPH. There would only be vacuum there if it were attached to a sealed box, e.g. the stock intake. However, I still think the fan would do very little to improve heat soak at low or zero speed.
07-03-2013 03:54 PM
darkangelism What are your CFMs like? Mine are way higher than any computer fan will generate 100CFM from a computer fan is good, I get 200+ at speed from obd data
07-03-2013 03:08 PM
TboneZX3
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Possibly but I wasn't doing it for the ram air effect, I'd do it for the lower IAT temps. I currently have injen sp Sri and if I am in traffic my IAT will get into the high 150s. I planned on doing a new mission style with a high cfm fan to keep cool air coming in. I'm sorry I wasn't clear on that. You're completely right about it having little to no benefits for traditional style
Ah, my bad, I was assuming stock intake...
07-03-2013 12:26 PM
Tjrommel
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I don't believe that would be worth considering. The vacuum present in the intake is enough to keep fresh air flowing at low speed. The fan would only serve to partially block the intake when higher volumes are required.
Possibly but I wasn't doing it for the ram air effect, I'd do it for the lower IAT temps. I currently have injen sp Sri and if I am in traffic my IAT will get into the high 150s. I planned on doing a new mission style with a high cfm fan to keep cool air coming in. I'm sorry I wasn't clear on that. You're completely right about it having little to no benefits for traditional style
07-03-2013 09:34 AM
TboneZX3
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I thought about getting a high cfm computer fan and placing it in there just to feed it when low speeds. I would have tied it in with the radiator fans
I don't believe that would be worth considering. The vacuum present in the intake is enough to keep fresh air flowing at low speed. The fan would only serve to partially block the intake when higher volumes are required.
07-03-2013 09:02 AM
Tjrommel I thought about getting a high cfm computer fan and placing it in there just to feed it when low speeds. I would have tied it in with the radiator fans
07-02-2013 11:19 PM
medic68wjoe I used this bumper duct I found on amazon. It's way cheaper than the other similar ducts and worked perfect with the spectre intake duct, andthe angle was perfect. fit like a glove right in the area behind the grill location used for the new mission ram air mod.
http://www.amazon.com/BB7009-Plastic.../dp/B005FGQLU2.
Perfect affordable solution. Let me know if anyone has a problem with the link.
12-02-2012 07:01 PM
JL330
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I drive a 1.6 so the sound is most likely slightly different. So far I'm quite happy with the sound. Not much of a difference while city driving. There's a nice gradual increase in growl as the revs increase. Quieter and smoother than removing the airbox lid. I'd say its just right.

Increase in performance? Meh, I have my doubts.

I'll upload a sound clip tomorrow, but I'm pretty sure it won't be a good representation.
I don't really see it doing much more than 1-2 hp at the most. I just like playing with my car.
12-02-2012 05:34 PM
Chickenmuffn I drive a 1.6 so the sound is most likely slightly different. So far I'm quite happy with the sound. Not much of a difference while city driving. There's a nice gradual increase in growl as the revs increase. Quieter and smoother than removing the airbox lid. I'd say its just right.

Increase in performance? Meh, I have my doubts.

I'll upload a sound clip tomorrow, but I'm pretty sure it won't be a good representation.
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