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Old 07-03-2013, 02:08 PM   #11
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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...
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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
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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.
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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
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