Originally Posted by yetihairball
You're right, I was reading the Dyno sheet wrong. The dyno conditions are fairly ideal at right around 60 degrees. Engine bay is likely open with a high power fan blowing fresh, cold air in there. It is under these conditions you would see good gains. I would be very curious to see what the dyno shows between stock and CS when the temps get up into the 90s.
Intake will probably be awesome when fall and winter roll around. In the meantime, I would love to have a cold air box made specifically for this car. If there's a possibility of this in the near future, I'll keep the intake in there.
cold air box doesnt have much science to it. just cover the filter while leaving breathing room.
By breathing room I meant dont corner the opening where air flow isnt really there naturally.
FYI, air temperature will only be as cool as ambient.
If anyone is on a budget like I am stingyly, plan it out, draw it, cut to shape. You never know, it just might work awesome.