We’re building one last run of RamDuct Ram Air Intakes. We’re accepting orders through November 30th, 2019 and they would be expected to ship by mid-December. Thank you for your support!
RamDuct Oval Air Cleaner and Ram Air System
If you prefer the look of an oval air cleaner, but want to add additional power with ram air, the RamDuct Oval air cleaner base and ram air system is the best way to do it!
You’re losing HP!
Your open element air filter is feeding your engine hot air and costing you power and gas mileage. Get up to 5% more horsepower with a 5 minute bolt-on using the RamDuct Oval Air Cleaner Intake system! There isn’t an easier performance upgrade that you could buy!
Don’t overpay for ram air!
Don’t pay $200 to $300 for the other ram air intake solutions. No need to cut holes in your core support or inner fenders, or relocate your battery. This is the best value you will find on a cold air intake that puts your hood scoop to work for you and looks good under the hood!
How much faster?
Car Craft Magazine lowered their E.T. by 0.29 seconds and increased trap speed by 4 MPH using a cold air intake on their project car. See “Mustang Cold-Air Induction”, Car Craft Magazine, July 2001.
Of course, your results may vary.
How much power will your engine gain? Boost your horsepower with a RamDuct(tm) Oval Ram Air Intake now!
Other Important Information
The RamDuct oval air cleaner and ram air intake is constructed from a high-impact resistant plastic, is paintable to match your engine, and ships with the seal, some adhesive to glue the seal ends together after any needed trimming and/ or test fitting, and an air cleaner/carb mounting gasket. Just add your existing oval air filter up to (21x10" in size)and lid.
Dimensions can be found here.
Instructions can be found here.
These are currently built-to-order, allow 2-3 weeks for shipment.
RamDuct Oval Air Cleaner Ram Air Test Results
Test engine is a Ford big block (FE series), 416 CID, with ceramic-coated headers. Idling and stop and go consisted of some general city driving during low-traffic hours. Hard acceleration consisted of approximately 60% throttle to enter a local freeway. Highway cruise consisted of 75MPH cruising in overdrive (about 2200 RPM).