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Unread 06-24-2014, 07:36 PM   #226
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What filters are yall running? I am running a purelator gold or something like that from advance auto.

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Unread 06-24-2014, 09:09 PM   #227
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What filters are yall running? I am running a purelator gold or something like that from advance auto.
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What filters are yall running? I am running a purelator gold or something like that from advance auto.
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Unread 06-26-2014, 08:46 AM   #230
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The power loss you are describing sounds weird. I think you might have other problems with your Jeep.
Can you be more specific? The problem is now gone with the intake. Breathing in a constant 75-80 in to the intake vs 180+. Adding hot air to any motor will rob power
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Can you be more specific? The problem is now gone with the intake. Breathing in a constant 75-80 in to the intake vs 180+. Adding hot air to any motor will rob power
I'm suspicious of your conclusions because those with the stock air box don't seem to have the power loss you describe. I didn't when I had one. If this were the case, there might be an legitimate performance argument for why we switched to cowl induction. Also, what are your intake temps on a 90* day? On a 100* day?
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