In this video we use computers and science to actually test if the Flowmaster Delta Force Cold Air Intake install on the AutoEdits Jeep Wrangler actually makes a difference in the inlet air temperature… this is a fun one!
There’s a lot going here… first I’ll run you through the items I’ll be using in the video like the Delta Force Cold Air Intake, the tuning module from HPtuners called the MPVi2 and the VCM Scanner software… running on my super sweet Alienware 13 laptop.
We’ll go for a run in the Jeep with the stock air box and set a baseline for what intake air temperatures we see.
Then we do a very detailed removal of the stock intake and assembly and installation of the Flowmaster kit. After that… it’s out for another run with the HPtuners software data logging all our information and see if the new Cold Air Intake lives up to it’s namesake!
*One side note: This particular intake is in the process of getting CARB certification in California so check the website at the link below for it’s availability there… otherwise… get one in the other states now!
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Here’s a link to the HPtuners site for the MPVi2:
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