Hey guys, I've heard wonderful things about the RPM Air Gap intake manifold from Edelbrock, but I've also heard that it suffers in cold weather. Now, in Wyoming, that could be at any time. So, how much more power will I see out of the Air Gap then the regular RPM intake, and how much does the Air Gap actually suffer in the cold weather? If it's a substantial amount, and the HP difference isn't that big between the two intakes, I'm thinking of just sticking with the RPM performer. Thoughts? Thanks.