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Old 10-16-2013, 07:23 PM   #5 (permalink)
jeff88
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I'd say 21 days is well worth the wait. It looks like you put a lot of effort into this.

Just want to ask about airflow. Under the hood and above the new grill block is a small slit. Does that allow airflow through the radiator, or that blocked further back? Does the scoop allow airflow into the top of the engine compartment? On my 4Runner, the scoop is blocked inside, which doesn't allow airflow (for anything, let alone cooling). What about underneath the air dam? Does the radiator go down far enough to allow the air that does end up under the car to run through it? Do you have a belly pan to stop that flow?

I'm just wondering if there is any airflow anywhere in the system.

Very nice work!
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