Ford Mustang Forums
 Home Register FAQ New Posts Members List Contact Us     Log In Log In  
 
Ford Mustang Forums Tech Related General Tech/How Do I?

Cervinis ram air kit.

EngineLittle 06.02.2014, 22:53
I have a cervinis ram air hood on my 94gt. I was thinking about getting the rain air kit that goes with the hood. It doesn't say anywhere if it will work with the cold air intake I have or not. Says something about a air intake box? As far as I knew the 94-95 didn't have a box, the filters were just open under the hood and if aftermarket they went out the fender. Can anyone clear this up for me please?
DAN 05 07.02.2014, 14:56
It will force air into and around your filter location.
EngineLittle 07.02.2014, 16:09
What if instead of the filter being under the good, it's out the fender well though?
DAN 05 07.02.2014, 16:52
It'll take air from both. The more air the easier it is to breathe.
EngineLittle 07.02.2014, 18:55
Wonder if it's worth buying the kit or just leaving it open like it is. It catches air and throws it under he hood
DAN 05 07.02.2014, 19:06

Originally Posted by EngineLittle:

Wonder if it's worth buying the kit or just leaving it open like it is. It catches air and throws it under he hood

I thought the same thing, but Trevor explained to me that it was well worth it. Now I'm saving up for one.
EngineLittle 07.02.2014, 19:08
I need this explanation lol. Doesn't make much sense to me, probably over thinking it


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
DAN 05 07.02.2014, 19:18

Originally Posted by EngineLittle:

I need this explanation lol. Doesn't make much sense to me, probably over thinking it


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

More air = more hp and better gas millage. Oh and quicker throttle response.
EngineLittle 07.02.2014, 19:54
I get that aspect of it, but my filter will be located outside the engine bay in the fender well if I understand correctly the way the cold air intake will install. My car being a 94 doesn't have a air filter box. It's just open. So if my filter is outside the fenderwell how would the ram air to the filter work?


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
DEEZ-67 07.02.2014, 20:00
it won't it will just blow air around in your engine bay more than likely

Which hood is it?
DAN 05 07.02.2014, 20:28

Originally Posted by DEEZ-67:

it won't it will just blow air around in your engine bay more than likely

Which hood is it?

It funnels the air right on top of where your CIA is located.
DEEZ-67 07.02.2014, 20:43

Originally Posted by DAN 05:

It funnels the air right on top of where your CIA is located.

Then yes your just going to be blowing air around you engine bay...
DAN 05 07.02.2014, 20:53

Originally Posted by DEEZ-67:

Then yes your just going to be blowing air around you engine bay...

But... BUT.... According to master Trevnuts. This is a good thing and would work wonders.
EngineLittle 07.02.2014, 23:38
This is the good and you guys are saying what I thought. If I have a CAI the ram air kit to me would seem pointless
EngineLittle 07.02.2014, 23:41
The already has the scoops that catch air and blow it in the engine bay. Seems like the kit would be 275$ waste of cash money.
Similar Threads
87-93 cervinis hood
cervinis ram air hood for a 87-93
83-86 cervinis ram air hood
cervinis cobra R svo hood for fox
05-07 cervinis side exhaust
Copyright © 2006-2019, Ford Mustang Forums. Privacy Policy