DIY Bugeye brake ducts
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This is a discussion on DIY Bugeye brake ducts within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I started this project the day before I was going to the track. I eventually pulled them off because I ...

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    DIY Bugeye brake ducts

    I started this project the day before I was going to the track. I eventually pulled them off because I was getting tire rub, but I got some adjustments up my sleeve. The bugeye comes with the ports in the bumper and I guess they forgot to add some tubing so I did my best to add some. I will update when I get it right.

    This is the tube I used. Got it at home depot for like ten bucks.

    I fit the tube into the bottom vent thingy in this pic.

    After the install I almost had it right. This is the drivers side and the tire just barely clears but actually rubs when I am on the road.

    This is how it looks routed to the brake. I am not really sure where I want the air to cool though.

    I have more pictures but I will post the final pictures later once I got it right.
    Last edited by oguitar; 06-20-2010 at 11:58 PM.
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