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PostSubject: Cold Air Intake   Mon Aug 01, 2011 4:03 pm

As the engine heats up, a lot of heat is created under the hood and in the deck, which heats up the air entering the intake tube, which makes molecules to move away from each other and hence the air becomes thin and loses its volume. The ratio of air to fuel should be around 14.5 to 1. To obtain this cold air intake methodology is used. For better information please visit at www.tunersdepot.com
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