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ghetto (ram) air: cooler air for my intake and engine!

Discussion in 'Modified Explorations!!' started by psychotic, September 17, 2002.

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  1. psychotic

    psychotic Active Member

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    any improvements after u installed the pipes?
     
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    How much is the total cost? And do you see any improvements?
     
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    total cost... hmm

    small tube is like a heating tube or something i found at autozone - 2bucks

    aluminum dryer hose - 4.00

    industrial strentgh heat resistant aluminum tape = $12

    aluminum flashing = 3.00

    total around $21???

    i use my cell phone to time 0-60 once and a while. It only does whole seconds though, so it isn't very accurate, and its just me pressing a button when i hit 60. Normally i got 12 seconds, after doing this it was at 11, but who knows if it really took off a whole second, or just like 0.2 seconds. Sometimes when i'm driving at like 40mph or above and its pretty windy out, my rpms will jump around a bit almost like more air is being forced into my engine... maybe i just imagine it? but if not its pretty cool that it actually affects something..
     

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