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Where is air from the top inlet ports on the VCM suppose to come from? If I cut the bonnet gasket it wouldn’t matter as the gap between the glossy grill facia trim and the bonnet is a plastic lip on the grill assemblies blocking any air passage. At this point, I can’t see any reason to hack up my bonnet gasket.



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I didn't cut mine. My thoughts were why do i want to cut something that may be hard to find later. Probably not enough there to gain anything substantial. We could Knock Out some
holes along the front of the bonnet. :cool:
 

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I didn't cut mine. My thoughts were why do i want to cut something that may be hard to find later. Probably not enough there to gain anything substantial. We could Knock Out some
holes along the front of the bonnet. :cool:
I would have ordered a second weather strip for a just in case moment. I just don’t see any place air gets in as it’s pretty right just between the plastic grill and bonnet.

I’m going to fabricate the Rick Crawford Air Dam right before I get tuned next month to get some extra air.


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