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This is a discussion on Hood Scoop Insert or no? within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; ROFL, I hope you're joking, I bought the car with the COBB SF intake already installed....

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    ROFL, I hope you're joking, I bought the car with the COBB SF intake already installed.

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    care to clarify?

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    @sonicdrummer- yea and your losing power/tq and getting heatsoak most likely, those intakes are garbage, at least get the box for it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sonicdrumm80 View Post
    ROFL, I hope you're joking, I bought the car with the COBB SF intake already installed.
    How's the heatsoak?? Lol at least get the box dude, your losing power with that pos. bet those fins were ****ed when you bought it#used cars


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    I can no way back this up Quantitatively, but I would suspect for a short ram intake it would be better on intake temps to leave it open than to put a big metal box around it...remember, metals are conductors.

    Who knows how much radiant heat that box is actually absorbing and transferring to the intake. Heat soak is not a factor for short ram intakes, unless of course again you are sitting in traffic for long periods at 100deg temps. On the track or moving they are absolutely no problem, just like a radiator; as long as it's moving and there's airflow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wreckingball man View Post
    I can no way back this up Quantitatively, but I would suspect for a short ram intake it would be better on intake temps to leave it open than to put a big metal box around it...remember, metals are conductors.

    Who knows how much radiant heat that box is actually absorbing and transferring to the intake. Heat soak is not a factor for short ram intakes, unless of course again you are sitting in traffic for long periods at 100deg temps. On the track or moving they are absolutely no problem, just like a radiator; as long as it's moving and there's airflow.
    It's been tested. Cai/sr intakes are jokes, only beneficial if your chasing dyno numbers and above 350hp at the wheels. Stock system is superior otherwise


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    ...Except that wasn't my argument.

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    Well I think if the box had a negative effect, it would've documented in all the tests, derp


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    Quote Originally Posted by wreckingball man View Post
    ...Except that wasn't my argument.
    If the box conducted "radiant heat" I donk subaru/Sti would mass produce them in their cars, let alone every other manufacturer. Don't you think the engineers would have caught that?? Smartass


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    The Cobb box will conduct the radiant heat from the engine, it's metal. The stock intake system is plastic, a terrible conductor, so it won't. I was just presenting an idea, no need to be rude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt troise View Post
    Wtf are you talking about?? Please point out where I went "retard ' I'm not the one that started this thread advocating hood grilles


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    Dude your the rude one. why didn't you say that in the first place instead of leaving a snide remark then??


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    Quote Originally Posted by Drews View Post
    I already did. Plus your typos and lack of proper punctuation don't help your case. Great post, God bless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt troise
    It's been tested. Cai/sr intakes are jokes, only beneficial if your chasing dyno numbers and above 350hp at the wheels. Stock system is superior otherwise
    You, sir, have no idea what you are talking about.
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