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Old 01-10-2021, 06:42 PM   #6
DonkeyyKongg
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Member#: 383466
Join Date: Mar 2014
Chapter/Region: BAIC
Location: norther california
Vehicle:
2004 STI
wrb

Default Brake cooling

I lost one of my front fog light covers and decided to do some brake cooling instead of just replacing them. I found a diy thread here and went for it. I bought some fog light covers that where meant for fog lights, I cut 4"-3" PVC reducer to fit the holes in the covers.

https://imgur.com/oKz9Ct2

I made the cuts with a sander wheel on a dremel. slowly until I was happy with the fitment.
https://imgur.com/vg7g2LB
https://imgur.com/VvrRfvO

clamped down and ready for some jb weld.
https://imgur.com/N9iYJYb


for the second fog light cover, I put some blue tape on the cut pvc coupler and cut out my cut marks. then transferred the blue tape the full pvc coupler and marked where to cut. saved me a bit of time for the second one.
https://imgur.com/AkGD2jD

I wasnt happy with the way the front looked. you can see the size different in the front, I wanted it to be a smooth tunnel. idk if it would help in the cooling aspect at all. I bought some bondo, never used it before D: but figured it couldnt be tooooo hard to do.
these are both of the one side...the other side turned out chunky... I was too slow on the smoothing process. sand off and re apply soon.
https://imgur.com/H9vsG9U
https://imgur.com/qoWas12
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