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funnel air #372991 Jan 12, 5:31pm Jan 12, 5:31pm
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funnel air
Has anyone tried doing a funnel air system with their Short Ram Intake. Does it work well?

Re: funnel air [Re: silverbeast] #372992 Jan 12, 6:14pm Jan 12, 6:14pm
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Has anyone ever even heard of it?

Re: funnel air [Re: silverbeast] #372993 Jan 12, 6:15pm Jan 12, 6:15pm
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Has anyone ever even heard of doing this?

Re: funnel air [Re: silverbeast] #372994 Jan 12, 8:48pm Jan 12, 8:48pm
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lol ur not crazy. your talking aobut the mod in the install part right? i am really thinkign aobut it. was going to make it go behind liekt he foglight or something. havent done it yet tough. it would prob only have some afect at high speeds. difference betweent hat and CAI is CAI sucks from fender area, this relies on air forcing itself up. ry it out, cant hurt anything smile

Re: funnel air [Re: hombredelassrtas] #372995 Jan 13, 1:49pm Jan 13, 1:49pm
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thanks i will thumbsup

Re: funnel air [Re: silverbeast] #372996 Jan 13, 2:19pm Jan 13, 2:19pm
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take pics if you do it smile le tme know how its goes. eventually i will try it out as well.

Re: funnel air [Re: silverbeast] #372997 Jan 25, 9:25am Jan 25, 9:25am
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lol yea if you search on the psots liek 2 weeks ago a guy and myself were discussing it. I am considering it but jsut havent had the time. He said he was going to and let us know. The thing is, your Intake sucks in air. you have to be going really fast for a "ram air" affect to occure. See the CAI are sucking the air fomr below, where this si relying on airflow fomr below to get to your Intake. Dont knwo if i explained it right. It seems liek a good idea and i will probably eventually try it. I would say go for it. It cant hurt. And you ever know it may work really well. Let us know if you do it htough so we cna se more pics wink

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