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Old 26th November 2018, 21:09
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Default Dealing with heat under bonnet

Hi all,
If you have not seen my build thread you will not have seen my Tribute Kobra with a twist.
I have had the bonnet scoop deleted (as they say somewhere) and so the air flow above the engine has less option to escape.
Iíve had the car painted and will be using it soon again. If I was concerned about the heat what would be a good way of deflecting/reflecting heat?
Underside of the bonnet is flow coated (grey not black) if that makes a difference to what would stick.
Iím not overly concerned but better safe than sorry etc
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