has anyone ever tried hooking up the air pipe directly over their cone filter? the filtler can pull the cool air when idling and when at highway speeds the air is forced into the intake with nowhere else to go. Would this work, or would the air just get backed up?
On another note, I was on an LS1 website and they did a study on the effects of ram air through a duct under the car directly into their airbox, and they found that it brought about 2-3mpg more than without it at high speeds. Would the same principle apply to our engines?
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