So the CAI is slightly better? Then why do people have larger MAF's? Some that i have seen them on do not really have excessive horsepower but they still have the larger sensor.in all honesty neither is going to be a big change the CAI is "better" since it pulls in cooler air, but its not a big deal. and a larger MAF is only necesary if you over load your stock one which you have no risk of doing without F/I
So is the colder air or the straighter path more important?the fender well cai getts colder air = better
the short ram air one has a strater path so there i less turbulance = good
and 2 reasons you will see bigger MAF's on N/A cars i sone they have big power with sirious mods. the sock MAF is good to around 250-270 RWHP so if you get to that point of higher you will want a bigger one.
secound reason is because they think it will help but don't know that it wont
I already have the top image (CAI). But i was wondering if i made the wrong or right choice?its not a big deal get which one you think looks better I have a SR on my scion cause the CAI's tend to sit low and suck up water, but CAIs on a mustang dont have that problem
The ideal situation is straightest path with the coldest air.So is the colder air or the straighter path more important?
its a ram air system I madeWhat do you mean by the ram air intake part?