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      06-23-2009, 07:55 AM   #23
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i dont think its a bad thing. just another mod
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      06-23-2009, 08:05 AM   #24
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they dont really do anything! i just think they look Sweet lol
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I'm running the single log BMS filter and thinking of getting the MFD scoops I was curious as to if they're worth purchasing? Any benefits? Thanks appreciate the help.
I bought them on a whim after going back to the stock air box. I don't notice any difference, but I like the idea of cold air going into the system.
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Also do a brake duct mod. I did this mod over a year ago when I still had the hvi intake. I've seen/felt air flow thru it into the engine bay before on a windy day with the hood opened and me standing there watching. The other night after driving the car for about an hour, popped the hood and touched a few areas near the dci, it was almost cold as the fender and front bumper. Then i touched the other side to see the difference, and I wasnt surprised at all when the other side was hot. I would say about 20 deg difference. Could be more, could be less.
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First time I hear about it, but it sounds great and something I NEED!
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      06-23-2009, 03:01 PM   #27
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Any more info on this?

First time I hear about it, but it sounds great and something I NEED!
there are 2 brake ducts which direct air to the front brakes, each brake duct has two plastic pieces locked together by tabs and 1 or 2 screws, basically i took the right piece on the driver side out, now with it out air flows to both brake and engine bay but more toward the dci, i think it helps cool down the engine bay a lil with cool/cold (depends on outside temp) air circulating
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