Designed Specifically for the EVP Paragon P46 and Desert Storm DS-355 and higher turbo systems. The plenum plays a huge role in providing the engine evenly with air. It’s a large cavity at the top of the engine intake manifold and receives air from the throttle body and evenly distributes the air through runners which take the air directly into the engine.
It is responsible for evenly supplying air to the cylinders. During the intake stroke, the piston moves down which opens the intake valves, drawing high pressure air into the cylinder chamber. The better the design, the closer the tolerance is from one cylinder to another. The runner length also plays a part in where in the RPM range the plenum will be most efficient. This is where Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software comes into play. By using advanced software, the design can be optimized to balance the flow AND provide a wide rpm range where the plenum provides peak cylinder filling. Couple this with the EVP/TTR Carbon Plenums unrestricted airflow means absolute maximum power across a broad range of RPM when compared to other designs.
This type of engineering is far beyond the norm for the off-road industry. Two additional vacuum and/or boost ports are provided for a blow-off valve, boost gauge or rising rate fuel pressure supply. Comes equipped with correctly sized charge tubes for either stock or big throttle body applications.