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Old 10-28-2006, 06:19 PM   #1
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This new ram air light really works well to force cool air towards my intake filter.

Certainly not a foul weather option.
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Old 10-28-2006, 06:45 PM   #2
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NICE!!! Would be interesting to see it done on a 92-99.
I would bet that really drops the temp of charge from the SC.
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NICE!!! Would be interesting to see it done on a 92-99.
I would bet that really drops the temp of charge from the SC.
92-95 simply pull the headlight in 5 seconds.
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NICE!!! Would be interesting to see it done on a 92-99.
I would bet that really drops the temp of charge from the SC.
cutting the glass would be one very large PITA....
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NICE!!! Would be interesting to see it done on a 92-99.
I would bet that really drops the temp of charge from the SC.
cutting the glass would be one very large PITA....
Laser. No problem.
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NICE!!! Would be interesting to see it done on a 92-99.
I would bet that really drops the temp of charge from the SC.
cutting the glass would be one very large PITA....
Laser. No problem.
you and your lasers...


i want one :(
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NICE!!! Would be interesting to see it done on a 92-99.
I would bet that really drops the temp of charge from the SC.
cutting the glass would be one very large PITA....
Laser. No problem.
go right ahead, which one do you want to lose, low beam, high beam, turn signal, or the corner light??

then you have to seal the rest of the light so you dont get dirt into the lense area.
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You're missing the idea and what it'* for. Track use only.
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You're missing the idea and what it'* for. Track use only.
but paul doesn't drive his car in the rain so he can run it all the time....
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Damn i did good on that, how well does it line up with the round opening n the rad support that the original air box stuck through?

have you tryed yet to get any numbers on how much cooler the intake air is with it on?


I dont thing that this is something that would bennifit a 92-95 because the light isnt that big so you wouldnt lose that much aero dinamics with it out ( given there not that aerodinamic in the first place) But i think with the 00+ lossing SO MUCH smothness off the front of the car isnt a very good thing given the lights are huge and very aerodinamic.
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