Originally Posted by gearheadslife
with a package like this, that only see fair weather, would an air gap be with it. or just "hay look an air gap"
I personally don't put much stock in air gap intakes. I think it's a load of crap and hype from the manufacturers. My thinkin' is that the fuel and air will atomize a little better with a little heat in the manifold and that should make the motor more street-friendly. Of course, I could be completely wrong because I have no scientific facts to hang my hat on.