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So I hate to burst everyone's bubble, but the shaker isn't and never really was "functional". Anyone who knows anything about aerodynamics knows about a thing called the "boundary layer". At higher speeds the air you think you're forcing through your shaker is actually just going right over the hood of the car. Ever wonder how that bug seems to hold on at 60 mph? No, he's not really strong, just physics working in his favor.
The headlight induction is completely different. You're catching incoming air before it's forced up and far over the hood surface of the car.
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