yes the the lower duct in the middle diverts air up into the radiator and a second oil cooler.badkarma said:That's a good idea with the lip. I never even thought of that! I use the side holes for brake ducts but didn't even think about cutting the middle out. Are you ducting the middle to your rad?
The duct between the headlight covers goes to the radiator and the oil coolerSyed Shah said:What is ducted to what off the main bumper + that lip?
Looks like you got a good setup there. Does it help the Supras' cooling problems on the track?
Part of the cage is the auto power roll bar and the rest is custom weleded and bent D.O.M. The cars weighs just under 3100 and a splitter is in the works.bwill said:Looks pretty wicked and like you have done a lot of work on it. What kind of cage do you have in the car? Looking at the back wing makes me want to put a nice big splitter lip up front to maybe get some downforce/grip up front too. How much does the car weigh now? Nice car!!
Both pieces are custom, matched and flow well, this mod lowered my water temps and oil temps at the track. You can contact Afterhours at 714-220-2030 for price and info on the mods.mk112288 said:Where can the air duct to the radiator be bought? or was it custom? And about how much did it run you? Also if the hood custom matched to the air inlet so it flows well, or is that someone's hood?
That helps.Steve Theodore said:I finally have your page updated Terry:
I have a setrab aprox 8x12 in the duct below drivers side light and I am running a fluidyne zr1 cooler in between my intercooler and radiator. The zr1 cooler is very high flow measures 27x12x1 and can run an12 lines but I believe my whole system is running an 10 lines.SupraLaal said:Hi,
I was wondering what size oil coolers you have, and where do you have them located exactly? Also, what size lines do you have to and from the oil coolers? Thanks for the info and beautiful Car!!