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Old 12 May 2015, 05:12 am
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Testing to make sure the image comes in fine.
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Old 15 May 2015, 11:13 am
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yep. it works. here's a more artistic version:


and here's an HDR'd version that makes it look like you reeeeeeeeally need a carwash:


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Old 01 Jun 2015, 11:53 am
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This is for a new video on how to post photos on this forum.








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Old 07 Jun 2015, 10:02 pm
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This is for a new video on how to post photos on this forum.








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Did you cut your hood pad ?
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Old 07 Jun 2015, 11:09 pm
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Did you cut your hood pad ?
Not sure what you are talking about?
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Old 07 Jun 2015, 11:50 pm
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The last photo looks like the pad is cut around the washer nozzles. Inquiring minds want to know..
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Old 08 Jun 2015, 08:06 am
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The last photo looks like the pad is cut around the washer nozzles. Inquiring minds want to know..
Yes. When I got this car, both washer nozzles had been changed out for the universal type with the nuts on the bottom. I figure the previous owner cut the liner to access the nozzles.

I replaced the aftermarket nozzles with an OEM set from a salvage car. But they have been problematic as well. Based on my own experience and what I've found on the salvage yard, these nozzles often suffer damage from engine heat and become very brittle.

At some point, I will likely replace the nozzles I have now with a new OEM set from online. And at that time, I'll either replace the liner with one from a salvage PT, new one from online for $55, or I'll make a custom liner from silver insulation material. There's a past thread where a forum member did that and it looks much better than the OEM liner.

It should be noted that NitroPT has removed his liner altogether. I'm not sure if he has determined that it is not needed to protect the finish on the hood, or if the risk to the paint is acceptable if upper engine cooling is increased without the liner. I've read that some on the internet claim the liner is just to retard fires and provide a little noise suppression. But to me, the silver insulation sounds like the best way to improve on the OEM setup unless springing for the fairly expensive stainless steel panel like CREWZIN has.
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