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Old 05-02-2017, 04:52 PM
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Alright guys I know that this may be a silly idea and I may get toasted for it, but here goes.


Like everyone else, I have run out of room under my hood and can't seem to get my air filter as far away from my turbo as I would like.


I have it mounted up high and tight against the radiator core support and the passenger's side fender. I am going to build a heat shield to put around it, but there is still no good way for me to get fresh air to it.


My idea is this, cut a 5" hole in my radiator core support and mount a small fan like this 5", 200cfm in that hole blowing straight at the air filter in hopes of getting some of the heat away from the intake.
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Would there be a benefit to this or would I do just as well just to cut the hole in the support and forget the fan.


Thanks for the help
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That fan will do little to nothing. You'd be better off just making some nice ducting to get air in.
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air filter on a turbo? blasphemy
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200 cfm fan vs 1000 cfm turbo? Just do the ducting
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