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    Removing the hood vents covers

    Has anyone removed the hood vents covers? When it rains, is this a problem?

    I searched Google and could not find the answer.

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by GC8 View Post
    Has anyone removed the hood vents covers? When it rains, is this a problem?

    I searched Google and could not find the answer.

    thanks
    If youve got an after market induction kit it will soak the rain up especialy when parked ive got after market scoops which ive adapted as they were a poor fit you could always make a sheild that goes over the top of induction kit so the rain runs off

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