Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 50 years, shows why it's a dumb idea to install a cold air intake on your stock car. Kids do it all the time, but really, what do they know about engineering?
scotty what is about the use of an air filter with wet oil sump? would it not filter better? how is its comparison to paper filters w.r.t., pressure drop? and what if I use 'ram air' to increase the atm pressure?
More valuable common sense,.. hot air rises, so that's a bad spot for those anyway...and why the engineers directed the air intake low as possible, because cold air settles.
Hello Scotty, I want to send you some Autel scanner for review, let me know if you are interested
Hi scotty have been watching your channel for a couple months now you really explain what your doing at the time very well so the average person can understand not like the tradies lingo which we call it down here in Melbourne Victoria Australia unfortunately in this country we have a shortage of good auto electricians which im going to ask you a question on my 1996 Volkswagen transporter 2.5ltr petrol 5cylinder i think ive got a problem with the mass inflow sensor or one of the sensors os there a way of checking them if i dont hav a diagnostic test tool or do you no which one i should buy and where since i live in Melbourne Victoria Australia
infinitynzero said: So I just bought a 2001 Celica GT that has an aftermarket air intake. Could this be a possible reason why I’m getting a P0300 code? My dad thought it needed a new gasket and when we pulled everything off I saw these guys circled here. I have no idea what they are supposed to be for. I’m new to all this repair stuff so I’m just trying to figure it all out. Any help would be appreciated so, so much! https://images.themaven.net/ontheroadwithscotty/car-questions-and-answers/DgdECOqf7EOKb2RvHnzqYg/jccIDjz6RUWVLRg4IiGGzA
Lol I used one of those k&n vent filters to make a Christmas tree ornament once 😂