I hope you can do it but here is what I saw. The throttle body on the Viper engine angles down and the scoop is slightly behind the throttle body opening creating what would be a tortuous path for air flow. I'm also not so sure that with the air pouring over from the front, that a lot of air will make it into the scoop. Meaning no positive pressure. I do believe that it could make an improvement to the IAT (inlet air temperature).
Good luck. If you can make it work, I'll take one.
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