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    Front Valve relief

    ive taken the hoses off my valves that lead to the air intake and i was noticing that the valve in the front of the intercooler really blows out a huge deal of heat into the engine bay. seems like it would be beneficial to run the air into one of the 2 outlets that goes out underneath the back seat?


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    Quote Originally Posted by benjahw View Post
    ive taken the hoses off my valves that lead to the air intake and i was noticing that the valve in the front of the intercooler really blows out a huge deal of heat into the engine bay. seems like it would be beneficial to run the air into one of the 2 outlets that goes out underneath the back seat?
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    I'm sorry, that was not very helpful, but someone is probably going to jump your S***

    One of several threads:

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=31847

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    what would anyone have against what i said. because its been talked about already or becuase its the worst idea ever??

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjahw View Post
    ive taken the hoses off my valves that lead to the air intake and i was noticing that the valve in the front of the intercooler really blows out a huge deal of heat into the engine bay. seems like it would be beneficial to run the air into one of the 2 outlets that goes out underneath the back seat?
    It won't blow out when you have a few revs on.

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