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Old 09-01-2017, 10:25 AM
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Remember those days when many of the muscle cars had a SHAKER hood scoop?

I want to explore the idea of having a functional hood Scoop that sits above the the current air box, going to work it out on paper first so I can get a better idea of the benefits.

any ideas guys?

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Cold air intake for more power.
Hot air intake for better mileage.
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Brilliant Idea. Thanks

now including a mechanical (like the hide away head lights) scoop

Switch to open and close.....
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Most of the people building a dual mode intake use a flapper valve of some sort(exhaust cutout) and plumbing for both hot and cold air... Hot side would go to the exhaust manifold and the cold side could go to a scoop or wherever else you can find cold air...
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