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    Some new changes

    Getting the car ready to tune. I decided it was time to make some under the hood changes. To many up coming guys in the club are upping their game. It seemed my car was getting dated. I decided to go with a carbon fiber look. I also added a custom chin spoiler. My radiator sets forward compared to stock so the standard position would have done nothing to direct air where it is needed. This one is directing air right into my inter cooler. I am really happy with the look.

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    93 SC Whipple powered 11.648 @ 119.6
    Twin Turbo, air intercooled..yet to see

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    That's really clean looking. The covers around the engine really help to de-clutter all the things there. Less to keep clean now!

    Do you have a further back shot of the front with that chin you made for it?
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    Well done!!
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    Very nice as always Ken!!!
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    Ken,
    The new look is killer, great work as usual...............................
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    There's liquid on the floor. Probably oil.

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    There's liquid on the floor.
    ....bystander drool

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    Good job Ken, is that a wrap? No pun intended. I wonder if yours will hold up to the heat, I had wrapped the reservoir on the Annie but did not hold up and bubbled.

    At first glance the lightning art work makes me think you have electric/hybrid power, but then I realized its probably for thunder/lightning very cool.
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    Looks awesome Ken! Can't wait to see it in person.
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    clean engine bay

    that's really clean looking. niceeeeeeeeeee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricardoa1 View Post
    Good job Ken, is that a wrap? No pun intended. I wonder if yours will hold up to the heat, I had wrapped the reservoir on the Annie but did not hold up and bubbled.

    At first glance the lightning art work makes me think you have electric/hybrid power, but then I realized its probably for thunder/lightning very cool.
    It is a wrap. I did a lot of studying and purchased the one with the highest heat rating.

    Ken

    93 SC Whipple powered 11.648 @ 119.6
    Twin Turbo, air intercooled..yet to see

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    I like the look, and the splitter looks cool.

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    WOW....looks great!!
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    Awesome look! Your car is just so clean. I love it.
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