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How to Keep a Injen Cold Air Intake Cold

I put a injen cold air intake on and its taking all the engines heat to its tubbing. Is there any way to stop it? Or anways to block heat?
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I took off my fire blanket on my hood cause u dont need it. And if there was a fire ur car would be ****ed befor the fd would get there. maybe this might help.

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If you want to get colder air to the motor you need to run the full injen intake that runs down to your bumper, I have the GMPP short ram intake and have no problems.

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Well theirs no way to stop that. besides it shouldn't be affecting the way your car runs if it is.

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There is a company that makes a heat shield for air intakes, I think the brand is Cool It or Thermo Tec. They make a lot of heat shielding products. got mine from Jeg's before I was banned from ordering there.



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What!??!?!? how did you get banned from ordering? hahahahhahaaha
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^ lmao.. But you can try wrapping it that fabric they use to wrap headers.. Or keep an ice pack handy

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do what they did back in the day. put dry ice on the top of the motor.
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