Thanks, yes that is why I waited for perfect conditions. Long wait..Paint looks great Shawn, sometimes ya get lucky shooting outside. Especially black, terrible color for dirt/bugs etc.
The Rad support and the Tow hooks are the the only thing that needed chopping (albeit quite a bit).The I/C looks huge. Im curious to see it all piped in/done. i fought w/ myself about doing a large front mount but that meant more chopping,
Sometimes I don't have the patience for my patience :laugh:... lol I don't have your patience.
Yes indeed. The key is the thickness of this core. So, if you look back in the pic with the rebar, you will see there is plenty of room between the IC and the Rebar. The Fact that VW really went through strides on the Corrado to duct the entire front end and create a high pressure area from top to bottom of the rad area is a plus as you know. Reasons why the lower Rad support bolts to the bottom of the bumper.Can you get proper airflow to the entire i/c? That was my main concern about tucking something like that, not much air flow.
haha, I might since I will probably be waiting until tomorrow for this damn race to startThats the way to go honestly. a/a is a lot less bulk, just needs a little creativity to pull off a clean setup like yours. Get your ass workin now :laugh:
Nice, makes me not feel so bad after the huge sunburn I had on the undersides of my arms when I welded up my surge tank enclosure. Turns out, aluminum is pretty reflective :laugh: