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Is it just me, or does it not still go to the same smaller diameter at the bottom. So is there really an advantage?
was thinking the same, although it may compress the air making it a little more dense ??
 

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was thinking the same, although it may compress the air making it a little more dense ??
That is correct, the larger inlet allows a greater volume of air to be collected.
 

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Of course that means it's less air actually going to the engine intake then. So do we want more air for cooling or more air for the engine to breathe?
 

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The larger inlet for the exhaust cooling air inlet should have minimal if any difference on the amount of air collected by the engine air intake.

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