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Re: More air in interior

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Subject: Re: More air in interior
Date: Mon, 9 Sep 2002 16:39:17 -0700 (PDT)
Why not put loovers in the bonnet to get rid of the
heat.  That's what they do with V8's.
78B sold
70B Heritage body shell
seeking MGCGT/C roadster
--- dave houser <> wrote:
> Steve,
> We were discussing this very thread up at Watkins
> Glen this weekend 
> (very hot). Frank Graham's Sebring A coupe has such
> a scoop and it 
> brings quite a bit of air into the drivers side
> only, the way they built 
> it. A discussion around fabricating one for a B got
> started. One bit of 
> advice is to make sure the back end of the
> hood(sorry, bonnet :>)) 
> clears it when opening. A scoop of some type would
> force the air down 
> into the existing vent.
> If it was thin enough material(aluminum) it might be
> possible to fit it 
> under the chrome excluder using the pins to locate
> the cover. Drill 
> suitable matching holes for the pins to go through.
> Let us know what you come up with. A very good
> functional option.
> Cheers,
> Dave Houser
> Steve Krane wrote:
> >Dear List:
> >
> >I am considering fabricating / purchasing some kind
> of scoop to place
> >over the air intake to get more air into the
> cockpit of my GT.
> >
> >Has anyone done this?  
> >
> >Thanks,
> >
> >Steve

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