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Old 10-04-2013, 12:49 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by leafvillage View Post
"" Warm "" Cold "" SAI" "CAI" You can say what you wan't and make fun of it all you want but fact of the matter is it improves lower end torque, and improved throttle response, I have seen a GREAT MPG increase / Performance Increase and in the land of Maryland where it rain's all the time it's too risky to run a CAI down near the tire, and the heat shield does a surprisingly good job ( now I would say not COLD but cooler )
No, I am not making fun of it. Several members here have installed warm-air intakes and, as I mentioned, have seen good improvements.

Those of us interested in making custom modifications out of fiberglass have looked into different techniques and one guy on YouTube that has made dozens of instructional videos mentioned that racers want cold air intakes. He pointed out that if you pull engine air, you have a warm air intake, which many people do not realize.

I actually lived in DC and Maryland for two years. I know how much it rains.

How much of a great MPG increase have you seen? Did you do A-B-A testing?
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