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Water in intake

This is a discussion on Water in intake within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by bconway Yea...more than now days... I know what you mean bro hahahahahah!!!!...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bconway View Post
    Yea...more than now days...
    I know what you mean bro hahahahahah!!!!

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    hi, i'm in sunny florida where it rains a lot this time of year and i just installed a ram air hood and air box from suncoast creations. should i worry about water coming into my intake and can a little water entering my intake seep past the rings and contaminate the oil

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    I wouldn't think that would be a problem because the filter should catch what little water gets into the intake. My advice.... don't go though puddles fast. Thats the only way I could see getting a good amount of water in there. unless you drive into the ocean which I wouldn't advise either

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