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ph
07-21-2002, 05:08 PM
guys i need a opion on this sight. his claims are up to 1500cfm flow and unknown psi? 1-3? also check out short video clip. i found a unit like his 600.00 doller unit for $250.00 aluminum polshied off of ebay. right now he only has the single unit advertised for about 160.00 free shipping on ebay. the sellers name is also greg.
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KCroncarter
07-21-2002, 09:32 PM
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DangerBob
07-22-2002, 12:13 AM
Email me. I am in Manhattan, KS. dngrbob@peoplepc.com

Catfish
08-09-2002, 04:26 AM
But seriously, that looks like the biggest scam for a while. If it was a viable performance up-grade, you would have seen it around the list for a while. A big waste of money, please dont support those crooks.

Lopaka
08-14-2002, 05:29 PM
1500cfm lmfao. If you want this, I think there is a boat supply place that has them for outboard motors.

here's how it works (layman so I don't have to write too much) and the limitations. It's the same principle as ram intake. What is ram intake? When your going 80mph and air is being pushed into your intake through a sealed container you get more flow (cfm) to the engine (it is breathing easier). But the only problem is your car can only gulp so much air through ram intake as it's restricted by how much cfm the intake can take. When you turbocharge or supercharge it's a diff. story, you are actually compressing air molecules and forcing it into the intake at the same cfm but because the molecules are condensed you are actually pushing more air into the engine.

you can do the same thing by having an ECIS heat shield, k&n intake and opening the light housing.


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