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    Great day for pics

    Let me know what you think, first real time I had to take some pics this year













    Thanks for looking
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    I love how that aluminum intake setup came out, any issues with heat soak?

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    Definately needs refinement/testing and mass production........

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    Looks great man!

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    Thanks guys.............no heat soak issues yet....running really well.

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    Nice! Ever consider different rims and lowering it?

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    Very well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDowning View Post
    Thanks guys.............no heat soak issues yet....running really well.

    Bill
    Don't mean to steal the thread, but what exactly is heat soak? By the way beautiful car!

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    Quote Originally Posted by clg82 View Post
    Don't mean to steal the thread, but what exactly is heat soak? By the way beautiful car!
    using this setup as an example (not that he's seen any issues with his setup), the front intake ducting, being aluminum, would absorb all the ambient heat in the engine compartment and actually hurt performance by heating up the incoming air. Basically soaking up the heat. A plastic setup wouldn't have that issue 'cos it absorbs and holds in less heat and can cool down faster. That's the reason I hate the BBK aluminum intakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by That Guy 2-1 View Post
    using this setup as an example (not that he's seen any issues with his setup), the front intake ducting, being aluminum, would absorb all the ambient heat in the engine compartment and actually hurt performance by heating up the incoming air. Basically soaking up the heat. A plastic setup wouldn't have that issue 'cos it absorbs and holds in less heat and can cool down faster. That's the reason I hate the BBK aluminum intakes.
    Yeh that's all fine and dandy and I could see how we would think this would happen. But can we TRULY tell a difference in performance if this happens......or is this just about as pointless as the throttle body bypass

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    yup ... marginal in a street car/butt dyno but def. will show it on the dyno and on power adder cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZexGX View Post
    Nice! Ever consider different rims and lowering it?
    Yes and yes!!!

    The rims I got one of those deals you can't pass up and I would love to lower it, but I'm afraid it will drag tooooo much!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by That Guy 2-1 View Post
    using this setup as an example (not that he's seen any issues with his setup), the front intake ducting, being aluminum, would absorb all the ambient heat in the engine compartment and actually hurt performance by heating up the incoming air. Basically soaking up the heat. A plastic setup wouldn't have that issue 'cos it absorbs and holds in less heat and can cool down faster. That's the reason I hate the BBK aluminum intakes.
    Not just because they always leak?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GTP231 View Post
    Not just because they always leak?
    oh that too ... lol

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    Very nice day indeed!!! car and pics look great!

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    Nice T/A, ever thought about racing a real car(I heard those 03/04 Cobra's are quick).... just a tad faster then those Civics and Neons.
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    VERY nice car...great shots. Well done!!

    Quote Originally Posted by ZexGX View Post
    Nice! Ever consider different rims and lowering it?

    I'll take the rims

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    looks great, your missing some tire residue on the rear well

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