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Old 02-04-2013, 03:24 PM   #1
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Functional Side Vents (SN95)

Does anyone have any idea on where to start on making the side vents functional all the way through to the wheel well ? I've seen it done on a video, and kinda thinking about doing it as well. Any help would be great..
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Old 02-04-2013, 03:34 PM   #2
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Ive seen it.done.with heater ducting...seems like alot of work for 0 gain.
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I'm contemplating on it. I'm not sure.

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I was thinking to drill a hole under the scoop and, using a front brake duct kit (for an s197 on an s197), route it through the hole. Only thing is it would require actual mesh which might be a PIA to mount cleanly. No gain but a little better braking performance. I just like functional.
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Me too. Idk, I'm gonna really look at at when I do my lowering springs
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If you want better breaking then upgrade your line your pads your rotors and fluid
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Yea seems like a lot of work for just saying my vents are functional. I don't even if I did road racing would I do that cut into the body of a car. But hey you're car go for what you like
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94-95's came with functional brake vents, you could probably just snag them off one at a junk yard.
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