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How do i connect my hoodscoop intake directly to my engineintake #71868 Dec 21, 9:01pm Dec 21, 9:01pm
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How do i connect my hoodscoop intake directly to my engineintake
I would like to know how i make my Hood scoop fully functional. Using ram air or something like that. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

Re: How do i connect my hoodscoop intake directly to my engineintake [Re: celica4me] #71869 Dec 21, 11:16pm Dec 21, 11:16pm
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that would be kinda hard since the Intake is infront and the scoop is in the rear. you could fabricate a long, thin duct that could connect the two or just put a funnel like this guy:

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_57344_0_collapsed_2__1.html

personally though i think the Hood scoop is functional , it directs air to the header.


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Re: How do i connect my hoodscoop intake directly to my engineintake [Re: celica4me] #71870 Dec 21, 11:25pm Dec 21, 11:25pm
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thats cool. a ferrari has funel for air like that for the brakes i saw on f355 spyder

Re: How do i connect my hoodscoop intake directly to my engineintake [Re: celica4me] #71871 Dec 22, 3:06am Dec 22, 3:06am
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If you want ram air Intake, just forget the hoodscoop, use the left side hole on the front bumper and a AEM CAI. AEM goes down exactly there. Conect the hole and the ram and a filter is your job, also a lot of air would go that way making pressure in higher speed.

Good luck
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