i want to take a stock hood and buy some of the cheap scoops that are only supposed to be for looks and cut holes in the hood and make them functional and use a Y pipe to put a filter under each scoop kind of like a ram air thing and to bring down the temp in the engine compartment
Quick answer: The less turbulance the incoming air has, the better. In other words, a straight pipe is better than a crooked one. So, if you can have one 90 degree bend as it goes into the turbo and then straight up, it would be better than a lots of twists and turns.
I don't know anything about sled pulling but I have an 11 second + quarter mile drag truck. (Gasser)
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