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If that's a metal tube we see in the picture, there's going to be some heat soak to deal with in real-world driving. Hoping some other firms devise a non-metallic, better-insulated system if the goal is truly to drop intake air temps. K&N seemed to have a decent non-metallic approach which we evaluated in building my cold-air system for our S2000 STR car. Vs. the stock Honda system raising IATs 25-30 degrees from outside ambient (meaning it sucked hot underhood air), the design I did only shows 7-10 degrees over ambient temp per the Hondata datalogs.
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