|07-27-2015 08:19 PM|
|Tymcftw||I didn't see any noticeable difference with the tape. Oh well, no loss.|
|07-27-2015 08:06 PM|
|Paddler54||I've noticed my 15 also has the uneven throttle response from a stop. So I checked under the hood and expected to see Ford had re-engineered the cold air intake connection....wasn't the case. So I checked my wife's 14 Escape with the 2.0L turbo...same setup (but the turbo and inter-cooler probably negate the issue). Guess I'll get the old electricians tape out and see if it corrects my 5 speed throttle issues. If it works then I'll tape up the wife's car just for grins.|
|07-26-2015 03:03 PM|
Just checked and looks like I have a pretty serious gap. Just patched it up with some electrical tape, we'll see how it goes!
Been having issues with throttle response coming from a full stop so hope this helps.
|07-24-2015 10:53 PM|
|jamest1975||What the crap? I bought my car used. I don't have that piece. Geezus...|
|06-26-2015 09:00 PM|
|sailor||8 ponies at WOT isn't a large percentage improvement, but as a real WHP gain it's significant. (would be a larger number if figured at the engine)|
|06-26-2015 08:46 PM|
|thelongone13||The ol butt dyno couldn't tell. Then again, I already have the snorkel deleted anyway, so I doubt it matters at this point.|
|06-26-2015 08:45 PM|
|06-26-2015 08:33 PM|
Still draws air from the outside as opposed to under the hood.
Combined effect from reduced restriction in two places, removing the snorkel & replacing the air filter with a less restrictive one.
Warmer air reduces power, less dense so lower oxygen & less fuel to match.
|06-26-2015 08:23 PM|
it seems to me that it should only make a difference when moving, not sitting still like on a dyno.
i wonder if hp gain shown by the dyno is nothing more than heat soaked air being taken in and the computer dumping more fuel (ie. rich condition) creating the gains.
|06-26-2015 08:32 AM|
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