I don't know of a good source of info on the therm but going with the theory of a cold air induction where you get a cooler denser charge of air from outside the engine bay the same would hold true for making the engine perform better if you could lower the temperature of the engine and underhood area. I don't know of any real numbers for an improvement to show ya though.
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