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As far as the side mount intercooler goes, the low pressure is created by the induced air velocity from the tire. This is Bernuli's in it's simpilest form (High V, Low P). It's the same reason that planes create lift. To get to the higher velocity zone the air molecules must accelerate, but they have to "take their turn" so when the first goes faster it leaves the second one in the dust, thus spacing out the molecules, and creating a low pressure zone. PM me if you have any further questions...some might say an engineering degree counts for something : )
 
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