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Finally got to drive my Vette to work It did get a little warm on the trip home so I still have to try and figure out what to do there, I may have to go back to the stock configuration and dump the e-fans
ha, redman you sound like me, sometimes i take my battery booster box too, just in case. you never know.
but i just bought a CTEK battery charger/maintainer from rockauto, to keep the battery up when it sits for awhile.
Anyone give you crap for driving a vette and parking handicapped??? Can already hear the a$$holes...
Nah, I work for the Army and am a Vet, injured my back on a jump, I work with a lot of disabled Vets too. I do get hard looks when I pull up to target (or where ever), and pull into a disabled stahl but screw em
My paint job is a 30' paint job - looks good from 30' away but has dirt and fish eye in it, also the front and rear bumpers have spots that are lifting too.
Last edited by AirborneSilva; 02-15-2013 at 11:12 AM.
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Set up looks really nice, only thing that stands out is the tin around the e-fans might be limiting the flow to those two areas rather than the whole radiator. I may be seeing it wrong too.....
I did have to do some trimming on both sides of the shroud to get it to fit between the tanks (my fault I measured only once ), but there is enough distance (I think), between the shroud and radiator to allow it to pull air from the whole radiator. I figured it had to be better than just the fans only pulling where they were attached. having said that I had though about cutting holes, or slits, in the shroud to allow air to flow through at high speed, just don't know how that will effect it at the lower speeds.
I lived in Kona for 5 years before I met my wife whom lived on Oahu, so I moved to Oahu and lived there for another 8 years... I MISS Kona something fierce!