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Put my intake in



wow the difference actually is noticeable
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you know those pull in hotter air right?
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you know those pull in hotter air right?
not when you live in Canada
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frozen waste land = more cfm hahah.
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^^ lol
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Well i disagree. I would say they do provide power DEPENDING on the company.. MPG has been prove for CERTAIN ones. So i would guess it all depends on what your using for your INTAKE.

Such as.. Volant
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They definately add power. I've measured it.

They also pull in hot engine room air if slow speeds in warm weather are your thing. Check out this web page

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Rich --

thoughts on volant?
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I like all the volant products very much. Very good quality IMO. They tend to be a bit pricey though. It's hard to have good quality and be cheap these days. Especially w/o going to china for tooling and product.

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Okay cause that is who i plan on going with when i do my entire intake..
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If you don't mind the cost.. they are a good product backed up with testing.

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rich does volant work with you n20 setup?
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They definately add power. I've measured it.

They also pull in hot engine room air if slow speeds in warm weather are your thing. Check out this web page

Rich
and punt, ive saved that for bob ayers in the future
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sorry for thread hack
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well hope you like your intake and that it works good.. lets us know mpg results.
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Looks good man. Wish I could get one.
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Nice power killer. Wait till next spring/summer, and let us know about the heat soak when the tempurature rises./
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Nice power killer. Wait till next spring/summer, and let us know about the heat soak when the tempurature rises./
and heres your answer. thanks
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They definately add power. I've measured it.

They also pull in hot engine room air if slow speeds in warm weather are your thing. Check out this web page

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and heres your answer. thanks
then i am good :) driving slow is not my thing lol, and i dont drive in traffic with it, i have a work vehicle for that.
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