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basslover911 12-03-2008 10:12 PM

--- Can some photoshop for me?? ---
I need this MR2 Spyder without any front grill opening AT ALL..

But I dont just want it covered, I would want some design on it or something so it doesnt look plain.

I dont know, maybe some indentations on the bumper going vertically or horizsontally or something to not make it "dull"...


SVOboy 12-04-2008 12:52 AM

Someone is from NJ! I don't know what you want done, so I'll suggest you do it, :). Not trying to be rude, but PS is very easy to use and it's hard to let others create for you, :)

basslover911 12-04-2008 01:01 PM

^^ Well I can (im bad at it but I mean I CAN do it)...

But I was just asking so I could also get other peoples persepctive as well...

i_am_socket 12-04-2008 04:52 PM

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Here you go. Blocked off and I gave it a tribal mustache ;)

wyatt 12-04-2008 06:20 PM

I suck at photoshop, but If you wanted to have something inserted in there tightly that was kind of "beak like" that would scoop air over the top of the car (as opposed to pushing it under the car's belly, that may help fuel economy. Where is the radiator on that thing? You may want to make it with optional openings for possible overheating if the radiator is up front.

DifferentPointofView 12-04-2008 10:01 PM

you know, I really never though about where the radiator on one of those things is. Since the engine is mid mounted behind the driver.

Do you want it just to be blocked off, or do a basjoos thing to it? I'm not sure what your looking for here.

But I could do something. I'm in a class dedicated to Adobe Photoshop CS3 and Illustrator CS3. It could help me learn better.

basslover911 12-07-2008 06:49 PM

Ok the radiator is in the front, but I am relocating it to the sides (twin sport bike radiators) so I can completley close the front :D

Which then leads me to the question, I can also leave the opening and duct all that air towards vents that would be on the belly pan. So the air would have a straighter path. But I dont know whats best;
- Block it off and let air do its thing (flow over or under it)
- Direct it towards the bottom, which might possibly disrupt the laminar airflow going under or it might be better since the car would "Artificially" have less frontal area...


Btw the car has a FULL under belly pan.

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