Thanks for the input guys. I'm not as concerned about the air temperature as i am about the air availability. When I start the car, especially a cold start, you can really hear the intake sucking up air, it's really loud. That's why I was concerned about the amount of air that's available. Maybe I'll test it out by bending the flap back like I did in the picture and seeing if there's any difference. Summers here can get pretty hot and under those circumstances a few degrees can make a difference. I realize the stock intake is in the same location, but then we all know the stock setup of the car does not exactly provide optimum airflow in any area. That's why we all get those expensive upgrades, n'est-ce pas? lol[/url]
Right, back on subject. I would say there may be some gain since the SS bumper doesn't look like it allows much airflow to that area.
2006 Red Chevy Cobalt LT
mods: Kenwood DNX5140 Head Unit, HIDs, Halo headlights, LED taillights, Injen CAI, LSJ throttle body, 2.4L intake manifold, red interior LED's, TWM short shifter, custom fit red seat covers, red trim and door handles, SS gauge cluster, Racing Solution long tube header/downpipe, Corsa touring exhaust, lightweight crank and alternator pulleys, trifecta tune, 17" Motegi black rims