Hellcats? Isn't that what the lower tube is for. And why it's added to Scat's that don't have it? Although I've always been confused as to why people put it on a Shaker. Isn't that what the hood scoop is for?Which models and years have a factory cold air package?
Since at least 2001 a number of various cars I have owned have had "factory cold air package". In fact I was observing the intake air temperature of my new 2001 Camaro Z28 and noted the temperature seemed higher than I expected it to be. Turns out the air box was not assembled correctly and was pulling in air from the engine compartment.Which models and years have a factory cold air package?
No argument. Cooler intake air is better to a point. There's a limit, though. Too cold of intake air temperature can lower HP but unless you drive in extreme cold probably not a problem.Thanks for the info. I'm changing to an aftermarket fiberglass early T/A style hood and it comes with air ducts, and an airbox that lets the air out above the filter box. I'm looking into using a stock type air box rather than constructing one. I don't want to spend a couple of hundred dollars on a CAI setup. I don't really want any more power but cooler air is free horsepower. And has to translate to better gas mileage.