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Ram Air? can it be done

Old 10-13-2011, 11:08 PM
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so Ive been thinking about maybe doing my own version of a dual short ram air intake for my 2001 zr2. has anybody heard of anything like this being done before?
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i am sure you could do it...probably pricey...unless you ran flex dryer duct.

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that might give you an idea...good idea though.
i would think you would need a cowl hood to get the clearance.
other problem i would think is the maf sensor...maybe??
just my thoughts.

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a guy lives down the street from me has done that. He did his on a 85. Had to fabricate his hood scoops though.

JEGS has some good hoods, expensive as hell though.
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