I have heard of some racers using insulation materials on both on air intake and exhaust headers to improve peformance. By keeping intake air cooler - more air? And by keeping exhaust system hot - air exits more quickly? Can anyone here confirm this? Has anyone ever done dyno tests on systems which have insulated intake and exhuast systems? I'm thinking benefits can only be realized when car has warmed up and is hot?
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