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> Even though they may appear to be 'bottom
> breathers', the air-intake (for combustion air as
> opposed to cooling air/radiator air) is still usually
> taken from one of the upper most 'slits' via a scoop
> and appropriate tubing to the air cleaner/filter with
> the next stop being the airmass flow sensor/throttle
> plate assembly ...

I think we've come full circle.  The original point was that even though
many newer cars appear to have conventional air intakes, they are
actually 'bottom breathers', as evidenced by their ability to ingest
water, with deleterious effects on the engine.

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