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Old 01-10-2011, 11:05 AM
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Originally Posted by garner View Post
That's what I was wondering not necessarily more air, but a heat extraction type thing like the srt10 hood
They wouldn't pull enought air to really make a difference without a way for the hot air to escape, and out the bottom wouldn't do anything. The SRT pulls air right over the motor in sufficient volume to cool it a bit, but those wouldn't do much of anything unless you had a flow through system like a cowl hood. Honestly, I would just leave them the way they are, functional or not, your R/T has more to offer than a ricer.
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