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Old 03-27-2007, 05:11 PM   #21
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rh77 has hit the nail on the head with Hondas. I use a WAI when needed. Ive taken it off right now and am on under hood air. Thats getting to warm. Saw it as high as 105f today. I will be putting my OEM CAI tube back on any day now. That will give me for the most part 70 to 90f IAT. Im going to insulate it this summer. Heat soak starts taking over. I dont need or want over 110f IAT if I can help it.

In my latist video about 3/4 thru it Im load driving up and down some very small up and down hills. At this point I try to get a close up of the SG. Its not very clear. I was get 112 to 117 mpg and my IAT was in the mid 90'sf.


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