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Good job and calculations but such location of nozzle ( air inlet) is very dangerous. You have to check weather forecast anytime before drive.


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It really doesn't matter what I say, many years ago I'd indulge but I'm watching golf. Even when you find out your wrong you'll forget that you once said you weren't. You're headstrong and intelligent but your the worst kind of smart, youthful, half informed, and closed minded when you are in your comfort zone. I still said smart..
I don't dispute you're data minus your understanding of it.
The engines air requirements are not being met and the computer is adjusting for your ineptitude.

Because one K&N dynoed at +10hp doesn't mean all will, that was a 5.7 and I assure you the 3.6 doesn't do the same, dozens of other applications loose power from them.

Keep up the good work and experimentation though, pioneers never stop.
You still have not offered a technical explanation on how I am not meeting the engine's air requirements, but at least you managed to insult me a few times. I surmise that you are firmly in your comfort zone and that you are at the height of your Internet expertise.

The reference to the other guy gaining power has nothing to do with the engine size. Rather, with the indisputable assertion, in the post above yours, that increasing the air flow into the engine doesn't produce horsepower or improve fuel economy due to the stock ECU programming.

One Internet expert's opinion (adding air does nothing) is counteracting another Internet expert's opinion (not providing enough air), both experts insulting me; knocking down my contraption, while light on technical explanations. Who to trust ? I wish I knew if they attended Trump conventions lately, because undoubtedly following their expertise would Make the Jeep Great Again.
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Fine you're just a moron then, equatable to an overzealous freshman year psych student telling a 20 year practitioner how to do his job. We've heard this shit from every frosh class, you're not even unique.

You did exactly what I said you would, you stated you're right with another version of justification. Factually the only thing proven is you can google and can't read.

The engine is starving like the soggy bean bouncing around in your skull. The computer is adjusting in a way that it is giving you false positives and the change in program will cause trouble later. You want supporting evidence find it yourself if your so smart, because if you were so smart you would be looking into the other side not just sitting on your hand to trick yourself into thinking you're right.

I'm still giving you mad credit for the effort and the ideas. But your inability to see the opposition is what's going to make you forever a drone and useless to anybody but yourself. Even Albert's theories have come in to question in recent years, you apparently are better than him and all you did was copy and paste he wrote the stuff. Dang you should be Trump's running mate or him yours.
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Re: H3D3 Ridgid Cold Air Intake

Exactly what i would expect from the worlds best internet engineer with a cape so long it drags on the floor. The finale of bad humor at the end was also no surprise..If you would read back i said nothing about increasing airflow not effecting output or fuel economy, but feel free to draw your own conclusions. I speak from hundreds of hours of testing experience, how about yourself sir?
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You still have not offered a technical explanation on how I am not meeting the engine's air requirements, but at least you managed to insult me a few times. I surmise that you are firmly in your comfort zone and that you are at the height of your Internet expertise.

The reference to the other guy gaining power has nothing to do with the engine size. Rather, with the indisputable assertion, in the post above yours, that increasing the air flow into the engine doesn't produce horsepower or improve fuel economy due to the stock ECU programming.

One Internet expert's opinion (adding air does nothing) is counteracting another Internet expert's opinion (not providing enough air), both experts insulting me; knocking down my contraption, while light on technical explanations. Who to trust ? I wish I knew if they attended Trump conventions lately, because undoubtedly following their expertise would Make the Jeep Great Again.
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Old 05-05-2016, 11:17 AM
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And yeah...it really drives differently: a little faster off the line,, a little more economical, a little noisier, a litter more responsive in part throttle application.
Typically when i see stuff like this i chuckle and move on.. hows that increased response feel lol
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Re: H3D3 Ridgid Cold Air Intake

I actually didnt even look at the pdf until now. Are you running the airbox sealed except for that duct or what?
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Fine you're just a moron then, equatable to an overzealous freshman year psych student telling a 20 year practitioner how to do his job. We've heard this shit from every frosh class, you're not even unique.

You did exactly what I said you would, you stated you're right with another version of justification. Factually the only thing proven is you can google and can't read.

The engine is starving like the soggy bean bouncing around in your skull. The computer is adjusting in a way that it is giving you false positives and the change in program will cause trouble later. You want supporting evidence find it yourself if your so smart, because if you were so smart you would be looking into the other side not just sitting on your hand to trick yourself into thinking you're right.

I'm still giving you mad credit for the effort and the ideas. But your inability to see the opposition is what's going to make you forever a drone and useless to anybody but yourself. Even Albert's theories have come in to question in recent years, you apparently are better than him and all you did was copy and paste he wrote the stuff. Dang you should be Trump's running mate or him yours.
Thank you. I appreciate your maturity in carrying out a polite, factual conversation.

You have convinced me that my engine is currently enjoying the same "highs" as those seeking erotic satisfactions through hypoxia, strangulation and other oxygen-depriving perversions.
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It's amazing to what degree you constantly validate your own correctness in everything you try and say. God bless good luck again I applaud you for efforts.
Your comparison to erotic asphyxiation completely incorrect and a huge indicator.
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