- Jul 23, 2019
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Im going with a short ram intake but I need to invest into a heat shield
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I wouldn’t bother. Short ram intakes deliver minimal to no power gains (even negative for the shit cheap intakes) anyway, with or without a heat shield. They’re really only good for the sucking induction noise, if you like that kind of thing
I'm not sure this is a good idea mang. sometimes you need a kind of vaccum for the car to behave properly. also don't you have a sensor on the intake?Im going with a short ram intake but I need to invest into a heat shield
I'm not sure this is a good idea mang. sometimes you need a kind of vaccum for the car to behave properly. also don't you have a sensor on the intake?
I vote for extending the intake for more cold air. Engine bay heat is no bueno.
Your car, your way tho.
Also, this is exciting.
I was thinking lower in the engine bay. with a cutout below the headlight.~ Hole saw? You could shield the air to the filter. Air behind the bumper would be the source.How would you avoid the problem with water getting sucked in.
I knew Short Rams weren't the most healthy choice for a vehicle since 2013 (I was researching then) but then I thought heat shields would prevent some heat transfer into the filter.
We'll see what happens