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Old 03-11-2004, 12:26 AM
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Default Dual "Cold" Air Intake

I found these guys nosing around on the web. Its a V-shaped dual intake. As with most "cold air" intakes it not really because of no heat shield. But with a hood with a functional hood scoop it should be better. It has a "cool-factor" of 9.9 in my book. Its from PRO ZEN MOTORSPORTS priced around $225-$235. http://gindoyr.tripod.com/prozen.html

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Default RE: Dual "Cold" Air Intake

hey ive also been researching a dual intake system. but all ive seen just open up into the engine compartment to suck in the heat. i think it is going to have to be a custom solution to get it pulling the air from elsewhere whether it be hood, grill, or sides.


ponder this... dual intakes as pictured above but each one running an e-Ram electric turbo
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Pretty damn cool!. Esp the video of it floating in air. I have thought about the electric fan a long time ago before i put a 671 blower on a 68 camero i had. The only thing that stopped me was how to regulate the speed during acceleration. They came up with the ingenious idea ONLY OPERATE IT AT FULL THROTTLE. Damn if i had only though of that 20 years ago I could be selling fans for $300 hahahaha
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Default RE: Dual "Cold" Air Intake

there is a cool setup available for Ram's (and other applications), check it out.

http://www.ramairbox.com/product.html

I saw a guy who combined a Mopar performance air cleaner lid with this box... really cool. I did have a pic of it but by HD @ work (the one with the link) died & lost em all... I will look again for it.

I thought about doing this to my Ram, but believe it is all show... not much go, hard to insulate the filters.
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I found online once a hemi engine intake system, just like the origional with the shaker cover and dual hoses that you have to run down to your front bumper to get cold air. I want to find it again but forgot the website. Anyone possibly know what site it is?
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Old 05-08-2008, 12:52 PM
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Hey guys, I found my answer finally. I found it at stylintrucks.com Its called Hemi Ram Air Kit by Vararam. This runs right now $499. Tell me what you think of it.. I am debating on this one for my truck.





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Default RE: Dual "Cold" Air Intake

While that looks cool, that are in a bad position, directly above the exhaust manifolder, lots of warm air in the area heading straight up.
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hummm... i dont quite get it... is it attaching right in front of the TB and sticking up thru the hood? what am I missing?
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Here is some more sites to read about it.

http://www.vararam.com/hemi.html

http://moesperformance.com/index.php...oducts_id=1443
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That looks cool, but it would clog with snow in the winter by the looks of it.
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