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Old 03-13-2013, 04:21 PM   #36
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I doubt it. As long as you dont remove the inlet tube for the air then the car will still let it alot of cold air and it flows directly to the intake filter.
Yeah but I'd want the coldest air possible
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Yeah but I'd want the coldest air possible
Get a CRY02 system to super cool the intake air. Its 400 but puts a giant smooth metal needle thats super cooled with C02 and super cools the air while it travels through the intake tube.
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Get a CRY02 system to super cool the intake air. Its 400 but puts a giant smooth metal needle thats super cooled with C02 and super cools the air while it travels through the intake tube.
Yeah I'm not gona flood my intake with non combustible CO2...
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Yeah I'm not gona flood my intake with non combustible CO2...
U do know it doesn't spray CO2 into ur intake right? It simply sprays the metal part so it gets super cooled so when the air travels past it, it gets super cooled.
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U do know it doesn't spray CO2 into ur intake right? It simply sprays the metal part so it gets super cooled so when the air travels past it, it gets super cooled.
Well I didn't know, I've never heard of anything like that
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Well I didn't know, I've never heard of anything like that
Yup its like a intercooler sprayer but instead of spraying the intercooler it super cools a metal piece thats inside ur intake tube
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Yup its like a intercooler sprayer but instead of spraying the intercooler it super cools a metal piece thats inside ur intake tube
Cool!
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R u serious? My car stock did 276HP to the wheels. I have everything u mentioned and waiting for our dyno day but i cant believe after all the mods i can only make 20HP difference like u state. With tune to bring it all together i think i would be making more than 310HP to the wheels at least!

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I also have a BBK TB and a Custom One Piece driveshaft made for my car.
276 rwhp is quite a bit for a stock V6 to be putting down. ( that was a stock dyno right?)

I never stated anything as fact. It's just what I've seen. Various dyno shops tend to show different hp depending on their calibrations however I just saw a YouTube vid of a guy putting down 315 rwhp with CAI, BBK LT headers,O/R X pipe, Roush axel back and BAMA 93 race tune. Which is pretty impressive.
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[QUOTE=born2rock1979;1565598]Now I need to find a quality cold air intake that's not gonna bust my wallet[COLOR="Silver"]/QUOTE]

Build your own intake. I did mine with spectre parts for about $100... some people say that there is no way it works as well as an "aftermarket" intake. my 1/4 mile time says different
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Hmmm interesting
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