Name : Derek
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|Subject: Re: Custom built Venturi intake, using garbage scraps Wed Apr 25, 2012 2:47 pm|| |
- LARRY70GS wrote:
I tried to explain to him the same thing. He's convinced his car is faster with it. I gave up.
Yeah, I read that as well. Just figured I'd try a different wording.
I don't think you'll notice any performance change except maybe on the top end where the restriction might become apparent.
Do you feel a 'seat-of-the-pants' change? I can't tell you there isn't something different. But will you get "MORE POWAAAR" from this? Sorry, but no.
If you were injecting a fluid that required atomization, your pipe outside the venturi would be the place to do it.
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|Subject: Re: Custom built Venturi intake, using garbage scraps Wed Apr 25, 2012 3:23 pm|| |
Well, either way, my car is gunna be pretty damn slow. I guess ill leave it on until.I get a 0-60 and 1/4 time in and report back. If its faster than 8.5 and 16.9 then it worked, if not" then I rip out the venturi :p