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Ram Air? #62549 Nov 23, 7:32pm Nov 23, 7:32pm
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Ram Air?
Don't know if this has been suggested before, but would there be a way to connect the throttle body Intake to the Hood scoop? A friend of mine said that it might be able to be done.


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Re: Ram Air? [Re: slidr] #62550 Nov 23, 7:37pm Nov 23, 7:37pm
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rofl rofl rofl rofl ok im sorry, anyways, you wanna look like one of those blowers on a muscle car?


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Re: Ram Air? [Re: slidr] #62551 Nov 23, 7:52pm Nov 23, 7:52pm
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that would be kind of weird.


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Re: Ram Air? [Re: Street Prototype] #62552 Nov 23, 7:55pm Nov 23, 7:55pm
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Originally Posted by Street Prototype
rofl rofl rofl rofl ok im sorry, anyways, you wanna look like one of those blowers on a muscle car?
No, I'm saying that the Hood scoop is already there, so why not hook something up to it to get some cooler air into the engine. Just wondering if it's possible. I'm not talking about adding anything else above the Hood, just the correct parts to hook the throttle body up to the scoop.


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Re: Ram Air? [Re: slidr] #62553 Nov 23, 8:45pm Nov 23, 8:45pm
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not possible, the Hood over the valve cover is too close


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Re: Ram Air? [Re: slidr] #62554 Nov 23, 10:49pm Nov 23, 10:49pm
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Step 1. Remove the two clips holding down the plastic piece. Use a key or pen to push down the middle piece then lift up on the clip.
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Step 2. The finished product should just look like the Intake filter with no plastic obstructions in the way.
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Re: Ram Air? [Re: slidr] #62555 Nov 23, 10:55pm Nov 23, 10:55pm
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I made an air ram for my Injen CAI by removing my fog lights and using the driver side fog light position for an inlet for the ram.

Re: Ram Air? [Re: isaac] #62556 Nov 24, 1:52pm Nov 24, 1:52pm
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Originally Posted by isaac
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https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_57347_0_collapsed_2__1.html

Step 1. Remove the two clips holding down the plastic piece. Use a key or pen to push down the middle piece then lift up on the clip.
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Step 2. The finished product should just look like the Intake filter with no plastic obstructions in the way.
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iused this set up before for a quick race with a crx.but i went a step further and removed the toyota log,and used black air conditioning foam to block either side of the scoop(the air has only one place to go.up pass the top of the radiator support and into the Intake opening.) i also cut some of the foam into the same shape as the left side of the plastic that was removed and used it to block any air from rushing pass the left side of the Intake opening.most of the air that came up through the scoop had only one place to go straight into the Intake opening.good increase when filter was removed also.


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