Oiled filter plus a dry charger = no worries. Just don't drive into deep standing water were the entire filter is submerged and you'll be fine.
Living in the south we have heavy downpours and standing water on the roadOiled filter plus a dry charger = no worries. Just don't drive into deep standing water were the entire filter is submerged and you'll be fine.
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I live in Seattle where as Im sure you all know, it rains. A lot! I had a Bwoody intake on my car for nearly two years. The only reason I took it off was because a Procharger replaced it. If you drive with a modicum of common sense when it is raining and there is potentially standing water you will be fine with a Bwoody intake.
That's right! I saw that post a couple of weeks ago, another possibility! decisions, decisions, decisions...What about Stage 6? They have a CAI in the works, waiting on the production facility last I heard. Filter is in a similar location, but is complete with a heat shield Also, I remember them saying there is an opening in the fender to let more cool air in...
I was skeptical of the 11HP claim because the hood is open, then I found this clip of the baseline run. Maybe it is legit. What kind of gains is expected from the other options?Would the hood vents make a difference? Would the short design get air through the hood in the wk2 in a manner that it couldn't in the wk1. The video had the hood open but it also wasn't moving so depending on flow through the hood it could t
heoretically be more than 11 right?