Are we talking forced or normal?TigerAssault said:What features would you look for in an aftermarket induction system for your GTO?
Personally (and I know most people don't agree with it) I prefer the airbox system. I think that it makes filter work a lot easier and reduces some of the turbulence in the incoming air stream. If the airbox was removed and the system still pulled air from outside the car, that is fine. I think one of the things that most people miss when they upgrade to a tube with a filter on the end, is that they air now pulling air from behind the radiator. Heat = less HP. There isn't a lot of HP to be gained in a normally aspirated system anyway (not saying there isn't any) but you can easily wipe out your gains from reducing restriction by pulling warmer air.TigerAssault said:Normal.
How about totally removing the air box.
Before the radiator is obviously important. Time to install isn't an issue for me. Dyno numbers are definitely important, but like I said they aren't the complete seller for me. I'm not going to buy a system that gets me 15 horsepower but puts the filter in a difficult to replace position versus one that gets me 10 horsepower but is easy to maintain.TigerAssault said:What if the filter was tucked away nicely?
It could even be infront of the radiator.
There is no way I would think of cutting body panels, the installation between the stock system and aftermarket could be done in minutes.
I can't say exactly what I am planning on doing but I should have pictures and dyno #'s soon.