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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-01-2010 Thread Starter
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Zex ejector air amplifier for a Mustang V6

has anyone used the zex ejector big air amplifier? I was just wondering if it would be as good as my airaid CAI? will it make a difference in the power from the Nitrous?


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Eh, coming from a physics background, I would be skeptical. I doubt that spray is going to create a significant enough vacuum to pull in anything extra, and spraying it directly into the cone like that might actually increase the pressure inside the filter, reducing the flow of air coming in. Only real benefit that I see is that it seems like it would make hooking up a nitrous system easier since it connects right to the filter, but since you already have one...I would probably pass.
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