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The oily residue that exits the engine breather tube must go directly into the engine. On the stock setup, and on my current setup, the oil collects in the bottom of the plenum. In my setup, there is only a small hole for engine gasses to enter the airstream, on the stock plenum, these gasses intermix a lot.
I still feel that it is essential to get as much cold air into the engine as possible, especially in summer, and the Aircharger's partition is far from airtight, but definitely worth getting for those with a stock system.
Exhaust Diagram ("Hugo Design"): http://www.ritchiefamily.com/misc/exhaust_diagram.jpgPassenger Cutout Trim: http://www.ritchiefamily.com/misc/pass_tips.jpgAnother: http://www.ritchiefamily.com/misc/pass_tips2.jpgShowing the tip stagger: http://www.ritchiefamily.com/misc/stagger.jpg
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