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Author Topic: turbo and injector size question  (Read 3236 times)
Just Dallas
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« Reply #15 on: July 10, 2011, 06:59:10 PM »

Don, why not try something simple.
GMC's used a single wide mudflap behind the rear axle that almost touched the ground. This effectively created a low pressure area at the bottom of the engine compartment which drew the hot air down and out the bottom.

Oh, and just a thought, if you happen to have across the rear bumper... remove it, you'll see a decrease in heat retention in the engine compartment.

Just a couple of Dinar's worth.


I'm just an old chunk of coal... but I'm gonna be a diamond someday.
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