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Old 05-26-2005, 19:34   #1 (permalink)
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I got a pretty worker LTD. Heads, cam , roller rockers, 3500 stall, forged pistons, s's valves, c6 with stage 3 shift kit, diff 3.79 gears.
I installed a twin impko gas and have 2 pods in the engine bay. The whole things gets so hot i cant get enough air and its not running like i want it to.
Any sudgestions on how i can do the air intake???

Sadly my mates monaro beat me
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Re: Not Enough AIR! PLZ help

I think getting the air from behind each headlight is better but routing the inlets to the front or under the gaurds is the best way, but may require cutting holes in something.
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Re: Not Enough AIR! PLZ help

Bonnet scoop like StrokeXD's maybe?
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