1: Air temperature at the intake, stock vs short ram, a nice sunny 95+ degree day.
2: 0-60, stock vs short ram, same conditions as 1.
Will do, but this morning its was is the 30's when i woke up, so this may have to wait till next summer. However, a quick drive down the testing lane at work shows this: So at 49 degrees F outside temp, at 101 mph, with an engine temp of 179 degrees F while at 13.1 lbs of boost, the intake temp at just before the throttle body is 57 degree F. So a difference of 8 degrees F. Just 8 degree difference between outside temp and TB temp. That's after the air goes through a short intake pipe, compressed in a turbo, pushed out the other side, into the OE intercooler, out the other side and up into the tb and manifold. That's a distance of approx 11 feet of piping.