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think about it a little and examine .... it's not only the surface, but above all that the path that the air has to travel is reduced by more than half, less 90 掳 corner which is very restrictive as d origin, ram air effects (forced air induction). only advantages.

more over when did you see this part your snowmobiles filled with snow?? never in trail condition. off-piste its something else, but this piece isn't dedicated to that application either.
I come from the mountain sled side and yes I have run the venting in that area for clutch cooling and have seen it completely covered in snow. Even though I now have the 22 XRS it is still an off trail machine so that is why I made the comment.
You will get a more direct path for air flow for sure but unless you are riding very fasts gains will be minimal because you have the screen as well. IMO
My first ram air car was a new 1970 Chevelle with cowl induction SS 454 so not a newbie. Enjoy your new ram air.;)
 

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No I am from Alberta, western Canada and have had the opportunity to ride the rockies in British Columbia (since the mid 90's when Skidoo and others started building Mtn Sleds) and even took a couple of trips down to Yellowstone. In Alberta there are a few trails (including a section of the trans Canada trail), and some may be even groomed but I stay away from those if I can. We prefer untracked snow which is available on cutlines and lakes (usually drifted). Since we don't get any younger I have given up on the steep and deep and become more of a flat lander in 2022.
I am sure Quebec has great trails that many people enjoy but it isn't on my list of future riding areas.;)
 
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