Originally Posted by 89Saleen141
Ahhhh drilling a drain hole is pretty clever. Thanks man I'll reconsider my reconsideration.
I did a search on issues with the March Ram Air and some people had issues and others did not.
One guy had been running his for 13-14 years with no problems.
I noticed that the guys who had problems, most had those problems during heavy flooding rains.
If you drive it fast enough into large puddles or flooded streets I'm sure you could force enough water in there to damage your engine.
A little care and some common sense will keep you safe if it is what you really want to use.
On a side note I owned a 70 429 CJ Torino years ago.
It had the functional Ram Air hood scoop on it that fed directly into the air cleaner on top of the carburetor and I drove it in the rain, heavy and light all the time as it was my only transportation and never had a minutes trouble with it.