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Old 06-18-2019, 06:11 PM   #11
RacecarWRX
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been researching ways to decrease engine bay temps too and came across this guy

https://instagram.com/walkersmitholo...d=kl1u03trcjls

uses the verus mustang louvers
Holy moly, those are HUGE. He def cut through that rib that reinforces the hood. I wonder how much that effects the hood rigidity. I wonder if it has more to do with how the hood crumples in an accident.

I'm struggling to understand how the louver size relates to cooling. Part of me wants to say, larger = better, but the other half of me thinks that smaller = faster flow.

If the pressure differential is the same. IE underhood pressure to above hood pressure is the same differential, say 20 psi. I want to say that a smaller hole would have a higher velocity. I think this is Bernoulli's Principle.

Now is the net net cooling effect the same? No clue.

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Have you guys taken off the rear hood seal? I removed mine years ago on my '04 and have never had engine related temp issues.
Didn't think of this. I gotta go look at the hood and see if there is a seal there. I'll report back.

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awesome build. nice work
Thanks!
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