Well, this is true if you asume that air density(or air presure) is at 1 atmospher (or 32inHg or 103 Kpa) witch is false in an intake manifold of an atmospheric engine.Which means for every RPM there is one liter of air pulled in. Or 1.2 for the SX.
So at 2000 RPM there is 2000 liters of air going in every minute. And from there it's a simple conversion to get the CFM.
I'd say at least 300, maybe 400. So you can get some good pressure in there. It would have to have a high static pressure too, there's going to be some resistance to push through.I was just curious if putting a fan inline would simulate ram air. Something around 250cfm.
Yes it will work....... BUT!I was just curious if putting a fan inline would simulate ram air. Something around 250cfm.