Has anybody ever removed their fog light and made a air intake or pipe that goes from their fog light to their air filter? I was thinking about doing this because I have a short ram intake and wanted to get some cold air to the filter
No sorry, I like my fog lights but that sounds pretty cool! Never know until you try it man. Post that when your done!!Has anybody ever removed their fog light and made a air intake or pipe that goes from their fog light to their air filter? I was thinking about doing this because I have a short ram intake and wanted to get some cold air to the filter
Seriously? What do you think it does then?
As an aside:
I might be, (and hopefully am) wrong, but I also think you like to troll me and my posts, which is unfortunate because 99% of your posts are effective and mature. I view you as an intelligent and overwhelming helpful poster, but on multiple occasions you have poked at semantic based posts of mine (coilpack vs coils, strut vs shock) and like to make it known that you dont approve of a majority of modifications. If your goal is to be helpful on here, which you are most of the time, than be just that - helpful. I can also be sensitive at times, so as the internet often goes, maybe we just aren't hearing one another enough. So I will close with saying that I mean no disrespect to you and your applicable knowledge in these discussions. But As I approach you and others on LVC with an objective mindset, I guess I just expect the same
hahaha there's so much funny on this thread. ^^Lol what? It's ducting... It's not sucking up anything....
I think it would have benefits after 30-feet or so at WOT. By then you'll have a cold air charge running through the system fast enough that heat soak shouldn't really be much of an issue.
(Round disk, movable to close the underneath ducting to airbox opening, for when it begins to rain, might be in order)
This is so much better than my current jam a softball in the tube method. A nice slide in slide out style setup.