Posts Tagged ‘Cold Air Intake’

Installing a Spectre ProFab Cold Air Intake on a Camaro Street Machine

Monday, January 24th, 2011

Look under the hood of any vehicle built after around 1990 and you’ll notice one thing in common: They all have an intake system that pulls air from a fender well or from the front of the core support, supplying the engine with fresh cool air for maximum power and efficiency. Why? Because cool air is denser then warm air, which means there is more oxygen packed into every square inch. The higher the oxygen content, the more powerful and efficient your engine will be with every stroke of a piston. Cooler intake air becomes a denser charge, which equals more tire-churning power. (more…)