[i]Originally posted by Erick]
said in the other thread
[b][i]Originally posted by Eyger]
Im not 100% sure, but I don't think it's a wise idea to put a cold air on your car with the stock exhaust. I would believe that it could decrease Performance due to the fact that you are taking in more air than you can put out. I think you should get an exhaust first!
[b][i]Originally posted by spaztikid]
thats not true...
and as for the sound... deep.
How can an engine suck more in then it let out??
Piston goes down and pushes the gasses out.
Piston goes up and sucks the gasses in.
Or am I wrong.
An aftermarket exhaust can reduce restrictions --> little more flow.
An aftermarket Intake
can reduce restrictions --> more flow.
And thus it creates more power (but it is not much, unless the stock Intake
and exhaust had a lot of restrictions).
BUT if the exhaust can not remove the gasses quick enough it could be possible that the engine can not suck more air in (even with an aftermarket Intake
) and thus it would not create more power. I'm not saying this is with a GT but it could be possible. Just find out what the bottleneck of the 1zz engine is.