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Old 08-04-2006, 03:13 PM   #1
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Waiting at RV dealer yesterday, I was scanning the June issue of MotorHome magazine. Lo on pg 103 "Quick Tips" was an article by Lamont Sordahl complete with drawing of his "Turbocharged Ram Air Induction". He claims to have done this several years ago. I tried to access the mags archives to get to the page so I could post the URL but you have to be a subscriber to get there. Perhaps another member subscriber who will do that.

The author's setup is identical to oemey's except for the Atwood 4000 bilge blower and holes on the underside for water exit.
I'm wondering if author is a member here.

Below that tip is a clever install of a flood light install for night rear light. Useful.
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Old 08-04-2006, 03:13 PM   #2
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Waiting at RV dealer yesterday, I was scanning the June issue of MotorHome magazine. Lo on pg 103 "Quick Tips" was an article by Lamont Sordahl complete with drawing of his "Turbocharged Ram Air Induction". He claims to have done this several years ago. I tried to access the mags archives to get to the page so I could post the URL but you have to be a subscriber to get there. Perhaps another member subscriber who will do that.

The author's setup is identical to oemey's except for the Atwood 4000 bilge blower and holes on the underside for water exit.
I'm wondering if author is a member here.

Below that tip is a clever install of a flood light install for night rear light. Useful.
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