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Old 09-29-2014
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What.....

All that stupid thing does is muffle the sound.... It has nothing to do with directing colder air in....
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So pulling air from outside of the engine bay (the area enclosed by the firewall, two fender rails, and the radiator support) is no different then pulling the air from right beside the radiator tank (which is where the side of the box is lined up with)?
Measure IAT with a good quality gauge and answer yourself lol
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If you're that concerned about it, put a piece of metal beside the box to keep the hot air out
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I wouldn't worry about it
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