I agree...didn't someone say that streetracing.org is a big sponsor of Weapon-R? That would make even more sense as to how they got those numbers.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by spite:
I can almost guarantee that test was done with an open hood. The intake was therefore sucking in cool, outside air instead of hot internal engine bay air.
In the real world, don't be surprised if it loses power.
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Merlin1xx1:
but as far as that intake goes, whats up with that diffuser? anyone know the physics behind it, weapon-r is the only company i've ever seen that does that, makes me wonder.</font>
I have the carbon fiber one BEFORE it has reached to Weapon R. I had the guy custom make me one before he sold the design to Weapon R. Anyways, the intake isn't full carbon fiber. The inside is made of aluminum wrapped with carbon fiber and then epoxed. In other words... you're only benefiting a little bit from the full aluminum intakes.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by HuNDaCK4LiFe:
well Weapon R got those Carbon Fiber one that never gets hot.. How much HP does AEM produce?</font>