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Decided to try the IPP intake as a short ram intake. I'm still in the testing phase, but so far I like this set up much better than with the filter in the fender. Car pulls stronger, has more low end power, and seems to run cooler on the road.

Those with the IPP intake should try this.



http://www.clearlinegraphics.com/srts-admin/pictures/DSC00082.JPG
 

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JohnL said:
Decided to try the IPP intake as a short ram intake. I'm still in the testing phase, but so far I like this set up much better than with the filter in the fender. Car pulls stronger, has more low end power, and seems to run cooler on the road.

Those with the IPP intake should try this.



http://www.clearlinegraphics.com/srts-admin/pictures/DSC00082.JPG
I will have to try that out before the winter comes... Don't want slush in my intake :( ... but how are you holding the piping up? Can't really see from those pics.
 

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http://www.clearlinegraphics.com/srts.asp?user=JohnL

The intake holds itself, however I found that it would hit the hood every now and then so I pushed it down a little and used safety wire to hold it down.

I decided to try the short ram on the theory that its pulling air through a shorter path, than with the cold air extension on. To my surprise car runs better, and yesturday it was 90 where I live.

My temp sensor that pluged into the extension is just hanging right now, I'll zip tie it to the body of the car later.
 

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cool.. I'll try that out, thanks for the pics. But for winter reasons.. hehe
 
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