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Velossa Tech BIG MOUTH Ram Air Intake, pictures and overview.

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Hello everyone!

The most popular ram air intake for the Ford line-up is now available for the Kia Stinger GT! 3.3 and 2.0.

Velossa Tech BIG MOUTH Ram Air - On Sale! Discounted intro pricing!

Engineered in the USA, manufactured in the USA, best part of all it works with any aftermarket intake system (Injen, Stillen, K&N etc..) in perfect synergy. These ram air inlets were CFD analyzed for maximum flow, maximum pressure recovery and minimum pressure drop. Your aftermarket or stock intake will perform to its true potential when paired with our BIG MOUTH dual ram air system.

Choose any color for the flare opening and the body for true customization.

A true high pressure intake designed with to fit like a glove and install with ease. You got a cold air intake? Now give it some air!















Below is the installation guide.















 
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Anthony [MENTION=1488]Stinger GT2 Modified[/MENTION] sent us these pictures of his ceramic grey with mounted dark grey (flares) on grey (bodies) big mouth ram inlets.

We approve of this :)




 

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Those look great.

I really want a set of these, but I really don't want to eliminate the radiator air guide, and cutting it to make room for these, seems like a lot of material will need to be cut off.
 
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Those look great.

I really want a set of these, but I really don't want to eliminate the radiator air guide, and cutting it to make room for these, seems like a lot of material will need to be cut off.
Heres a picture of where they interefere, this is the 3D scan intersecting the part.

You could in theory remove material to keep the shroud, although it would be cumbersome since the flare is wider than the duct and the amount of material to remove would be trial and error. I believe one of the forum members that just got a white kit is going to try it.


 
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Would be cool if you sold a template for the cutout.
You'd have to cut so much material just to get the flare through. I might be able to put together a sketch, the cutout section is not planar so a paper template may not work so well.
 
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How long does it take to remove the front bumper?
It is quite easy on this car, the bumper removal can be done in 20 minutes, if you take your time maybe 35-40 minutes.

We got it down to a science after doing it so many times, 10 minutes and it's off. After taking off many bumpers from many different cars, this one is one of the easiest I have ever encountered.

Trust me you dont want to have to take the bumper off of a 2015 Ford Mustang :(
 
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Ronald McDonald owns a Stinger apparently. J/K!





The grey kit looks pretty mint too.
 

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