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05-03-2013 03:55 PM
darkangelism
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Now that winter has released its grip to the Midwest, at what air temperature is ideal to re-install my Steeda Intake??? I understand that the super cold winter air negatively effects performance.
You took it off for the winter? I left mine on all winter, no real difference.
05-03-2013 11:12 AM
TboneZX3 At lower air temperatures the engine operates at an increased volumetric intake efficiency. I know of no lower limit to this "increased density" effect. Do you have some sort of data that shows that the increased density effect reaches a point of diminishing returns at very low temperatures?
04-15-2013 02:01 AM
Ox-y-GenIII Actually good to know. I left my FSWerks intake on all winter here. Never got that cold, maybe just below 0 a few days and the rest of the year was about 0. We will see.
04-14-2013 11:04 PM
dyn085 Moved to DURATEC Ti-VCT Performance (2012-2013).

You will probably get better responses here
04-14-2013 10:00 PM
tamonti
STEEDA Air Intake Operating Temps

Now that winter has released its grip to the Midwest, at what air temperature is ideal to re-install my Steeda Intake??? I understand that the super cold winter air negatively effects performance.

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