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Old 04-10-2007, 04:03 PM   #1
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? on front air intake flow

What are the thoughts on the rotory symbol that is in the middle of the front bumper air intake? What are the thoughts that it may be reducing the amount of air that is being moved through that system? I am speaking of the stock front bumper of course. I wonder if removing it would be of any advantage--as far as air flow is concerned? A support would have to be fitted of course but it could be much smaller.
Seems to me that removing it could help--along with fabricating a better radiator shroud.
Thoughts?
Bet it could be made to look good.
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