blade7I reckon some vents or louvres in the bonnet could be beneficial too. Had the bonnet painted yet?
Eldavoblade7I reckon some vents or louvres in the bonnet could be beneficial too. Had the bonnet painted yet?Have you been listening in on my phone calls? I have a spare bonnet with the Deutschnine vents fitted into it (and a vented FG fibreglass badge panel), it’s in storage at the bodyshop and I was just discussing with a mate today whether to leave it in primer and sell it or get it painted and used.
EldavoYup. Hence my reticence to refit the bonnet. I like the vented badge panel for the looks but I left the OEM intercooler scoop in place so it actually blocks the vent - still takes a feed from the high pressure zone at the front that way
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