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INFO: Good read "Ram Air"

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Topic: INFO: Good read "Ram Air"
Posted By: Regul8r
Subject: INFO: Good read "Ram Air"
Date Posted: 02-April-2013 at 6:01AM
Found this a few years ago and it is the best explanation with some great real world testing.
 
It is by far NOT from the engineers who make the big bucks but it does help explain it in a way we can all understand.
 
http://www.karlsnet.com/mopar/ramair.shtml" rel="nofollow - http://www.karlsnet.com/mopar/ramair.shtml
 
 


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Posted By: unlovedford
Date Posted: 02-April-2013 at 6:22AM
Good read. These principal could be adapted to our cars, if we could find the different pressure zones.

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Posted By: Robbdtme
Date Posted: 02-April-2013 at 6:45AM
Great article.


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Posted By: GranTorinoSport
Date Posted: 29-April-2013 at 10:42AM
Great article. 

I had to do a double take that this was written about a Dodge Shadow, but very good research.


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