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for short ram owners: how to beat heat soak? #10546 Mar 27, 1:02pm Mar 27, 1:02pm
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for short ram owners: how to beat heat soak?
i keep reading heat soak renders the Intake "worthless".is there any way to prevent this or at the least minimize it's effects?? is a heat sheild the only option??

just wondering because i have an Injen Short Ram


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Re: for short ram owners: how to beat heat soak? [Re: ct] #10547 Mar 27, 1:32pm Mar 27, 1:32pm
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i have had the Short Ram for about a year now and i have never had any problems regarding heat soak, and i dont have a heat shield. I think you really only have to worry about it in the dead of summer if your sitting in traffic.

Re: for short ram owners: how to beat heat soak? [Re: RicePowered] #10548 Mar 27, 2:20pm Mar 27, 2:20pm
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What is heat soak?

Re: for short ram owners: how to beat heat soak? [Re: Grand-Touring-Dan] #10549 Mar 27, 3:03pm Mar 27, 3:03pm
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don't get me wrong ever since i got my Short Ram i felt nothing but gain (but i think i lost some on the low end like expected). i just wondered that if it DID happen i would know what to do. because i hear if heat soak happens you get worse performance than the stock Air Filter. i just wanted to know also if anyone had good experience with the heat sheild..or if it's just an ornament.

BTW-heat soak is when you leave your engine running for a while and the temp under your Hood increases your Short Ram is sucking in hot air hampering performance.


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Re: for short ram owners: how to beat heat soak? [Re: ct] #10550 Mar 27, 6:23pm Mar 27, 6:23pm
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Should have gone with CAI. Would a raised Hood scoop help this problem you guys have? Or how about those new Carbon Fiber hoods (invader and BRS)?

Dan

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