how much will humidity effect our car? The reason that I am asking is that seems that when it is really hot and humid my car runs terrible. Why is this?
Then what is the reason for a "cold air intake" ?ProbeGT-R said:some car magazine did a study about this....
the result was that your car is faster in hotter air. :read: take it FWIW.
i'm out. :flame:
Tang Pgt said:
Then what is the reason for a "cold air intake" ?
would'nt you want a "Hot air Intake ?"
[don] Running outside to run a air filter to the heater core ! d'oh [done]
Unless there's something wrong with my PGT I've noticed it's even slower in hot weather.
No no no!
You want cold air going into the engine obviously because it's more dense, which equals better combustion...
But in terms of air resistance, the hotter the air is, the less dense it is, which equals less resistance and a faster Probe. The same principle is why they do the land speed records in the desert in the summertime.
So, in order to be your fastest, you should run nitrous in death valley.