That's what I was thinking, but just wanted to make sure...I love tinkering though, so more power to ya!It will get you a check engine light, higher emissions, failure of any emission test inspection and a zero performance improvment. In other words, a waste of time and effort
zero how do you know? it blows hot exhaust air into the manifold this would make the intake charge a lot cooler and you can disable the light with the diablo also the fact that the tube looks like it protrudes pretty far into the air flow with that removed it would even out the air flowIt will get you a check engine light, higher emissions, failure of any emission test inspection and a zero performance improvment. In other words, a waste of time and effort
No it's also used on deceleration. When your off the throttle and cruising down hill for instance. The design of the tube could be for a reason. Either a/ it protrudes so far in as to aim the hotter air to a different portion of the manifold or b/ its the same tube for 4 or 5 other models and chrysler just reused it on chargers to save costs. there are a lot of stupid looking things on cars that some of us are like hmmmm what the hell did they do that for. I can tell you from going through tons of training with engineers and having engineers for friends they all have a reason and a purpose, other than the parts cost reasons. Some times they do just recycle parts for cost effictiveness.im sure he is making a plate for that as well.
so basically at idle is when it is on to move the flame where it needs to be? Thanks for your the reply makes sense. Now what if you cut the tube down to open up the intake flow in the throttle body. I know this is a free mod for the ls1 guys wonder if it would work. I would think the egr would still work the same right?
Another instance. Anyone here own a 00 + neon???? If you've ever looked at your top motor mount it has a 2 inch wide piece of aluminum screwed to it. Looks stupid and i've been a neon builder and racer for years before an engineer finally told me what this little piece of aluminum was screwed to my motor mount. It was an engine scraper. Designed to , in a wreck, push the motor away from whatever it was hitting. I saw videos of this little 2 inch piece of aluminum actually doing its job. If the impact was just right, hahahaha, the entire engine tranny assembly would push to the side and basically do a 90 degree turn and end up on the ground in one piece but still in tact and useful. Hard to explain and show without the video. Damn
The scrapper is on the top motor mount by the cam pulley.I've heard of this before, I didn't realize the neon had it. I guess next time get a chance to look under my sisters car, I'll take a look at that.