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Old 03-17-2003, 07:28 PM
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Has anyone used the ram air box from air inlet systems? I am thinking of putting one on my 84 chevy pu.

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For what kind of car? Got a pic? Steve
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Newt, I don't know any thing about Air Inlet Systems so would like more info on what they offer. I have been looking at a Canadian Co, Ram Air Box for my needs, but would like to compare.

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Here is my air box I made. I am about to put a lid on it.Steve
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I checked into the ais system and it sounds like it would work although I vaguely remember reading once that in order for ram air to work best, consider the speed at which it actually begins providing additional air flow. My question now is this: Considering the K&N filter options, is the ram air all that much better than the K&N extreme system? With the K&N, it helps at virtually any speed, and the ram air has to have the car moving forward to provide the air flow, so tell me which is better?
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