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Old 07-23-2016, 11:27 AM   #1
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Default Prostock1313 ram air, 3mph gain over stock setup!!

Speed Inc now carrying these. Hit me up with any question here or PM

http://www.speedinc.com/4-prostock13...l#!prettyPhoto

This is for the Max effort racer who wants the most out of his/her combination. Deleting the standard lid assembly will net alone 6-8RWHP. This setup can be used with stock style hood with minor modifications to get to fit. We do not recommend using this on the street without a filter for obvious reasons.

This is newest Chrs1313 decided to call it the Prostock1313 since it has very similar design as prostock new induction this year 2016...

With a fast 102/102 setup you will see 3mph at the track over a stock Fbody lid setup with no ram air...

This will gain over the current non ac chrs1313 and the answer is around 7-8rwhp...and the reason for that is it is a true 4" tube where a lid restricts flow some due to its design and sealing on the air filter...

Now this setup is not for everyone and more designed for a track only car but it can be taken apart in the middle and a 4" cone filter could be added for street duty as some have done.

Radiator support will need to be cut, and either a hole in the bumper support or completely remove it...stock hood latch will need to be trimmed like the non ac version requires but will work for pin on or bolt on hoods...stock radiator has been made to work with some trimming and possible raking in back towards the engine.

*Only ram air is being supplied with couplings and band clamps, customer will need to mound and adjust radiator on his or her own.









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Will this work with the ac still in place?
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Will this work with the ac still in place?
It can be done but will take some effort on dropping the radiator a few inches and racking it back some towards the engine
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Will it work with a maf still in place? Any front bumper pics on a camaro?
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Will it work with a maf still in place? Any front bumper pics on a camaro?



Yes you need to let me know when you order how much you want trimmed for a maf and the size of the maf so I can include the correct silicone couplers. Or you can trim yourself also as some have choosen to do.
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Will it work with a maf still in place? Any front bumper pics on a camaro?
Need to convert original MAF and IAT to LS7 cartridge type. Vendors sell a plug-n-play adapter.
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Need to convert original MAF and IAT to LS7 cartridge type. Vendors sell a plug-n-play adapter.
This is a good option but not a must, can use stock style MAF also
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I'll have an SD tune so I don't care about a MAF. I remember someone bitching about the price before but when I looked up the parts it was barely cheaper than this and that didn't include fab work.

I'm glad you are offering this as I've been wanting to go to this setup over my non ac 1313
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I'll have an SD tune so I don't care about a MAF. I remember someone bitching about the price before but when I looked up the parts it was barely cheaper than this and that didn't include fab work.

I'm glad you are offering this as I've been wanting to go to this setup over my non ac 1313
For sure bud...someone I know just had a shop build one from scratch for them and charged $400 installed...

Someone always out there to complain, thanks for the props
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Stock maf is pretty small. I'd go ls6 maf minimum
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Hmmm wonder if it's possible to get it modified off to the side and run a filter. Still behind the bumper. I know it will decrease some performance but it's mostly a street car and I really don't want to cut the bumper lol.
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Hmmm wonder if it's possible to get it modified off to the side and run a filter. Still behind the bumper. I know it will decrease some performance but it's mostly a street car and I really don't want to cut the bumper lol.
That would just make it a cold air intake. Mine is currently setup like that with a big air filter sitting behind the bumper cover.
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I'm surprised that this hasn't gotten a bigger response. This really saves time and looks nicely made. I wish that there was a way to not use a cone filter,for the street, but have some type of filter that you could insert into the opening so that I wouldn't have to use a cone filter.

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I'm surprised that this hasn't gotten a bigger response. This really saves time and looks nicely made. I wish that there was a way to not use a cone filter,for the street, but have some type of filter that you could insert into the opening so that I wouldn't have to use a cone filter.

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Mark I think you are describing an inverted cone filter. Only ones I've seen are high dollar for promod scoops. Don't try using the inline filters, they have a good idea but cause too much restriction. My car choked like hell using a 4" inverted cone encased in a 6" pipe (compared to a spare spectre filter I shoved onto open 4" pipe).
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I was thinking of an insert that didn't have an outer support system that would block air. Like stuffing a giant sponge in there ( I won't do this)

Another idea that I had was using the mesh style screen that some use on prochargers instead of a cone filter. But that doesn't filter anything on these shitty streets.

I was wanting to build this setup years ago when it showed up here in the boards but since I was getting a ram air hood, I was going to use that since I could still filter it. But I still have never got my hood so I may go back to this idea
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Awesome setup! If I didn't decide to go boost, I would definitely have this setup on the car. Great work as always Chris!
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