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Old 02-01-2015, 01:12 PM
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Is it even possible to fit ducts to the brakes on a car with air con? I'm not sure I could see how?
It's possible. Trying to find a pic of my setup.
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Old 02-02-2015, 07:19 PM
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Probably more cosmetic I would say, however - we get some might warm days here in Oz (upwards of 40+ Celsius where I live) and I have noted the oil temperature slightly higher than normal on those really hot days (to be expected !!). It will be interesting on the next such day to see if the temperature is any different with the extra air flow to that area.
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Originally Posted by StanUK951 View Post
Is it even possible to fit ducts to the brakes on a car with air con? I'm not sure I could see how?
Yeah I've got air con and mine are ducted too.
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Old 02-02-2015, 10:48 PM
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Lightbulb Here you go Stan...

When air ducts are fitted without the unsightly front screw...
Here's an innovative answer to bumper off bulb replacement issue!






Thanks to Babalouie
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Old 03-01-2015, 02:01 PM
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Originally Posted by StanUK951 View Post
Nice write up. I have just ordered these ducts too. I have FVD ones already but the mounting holes also did not line up! I was hoping the Cult Werk ones would! Dammit!
Stan, I thought the FVD ones were Cuktwerk?
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I wish I had used Hepkats instructions. Great Write Up!

FVD Ducts are made by cultwerks. They are spec'd for oil cooling as we sell another kit for brake cooling.

We also have them make a few other things for us. Very good quality.

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Looks great though Rhonda! Can't wait to install mine.
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964George,
What is that showing? Bulbs are so easy to change with the bumper in place. I'm confused?
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Took this project on today. About 3 hours all in with bumper off. OP talked about it's hard to mark the hole and it is. I put some red nail polish on the screw hole on the inside screw which is a blind marking and pressed it on the side to mark the spot, drilled hole and wiped it off.


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Did you run any hose to route air to disk?
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Did you run any hose to route air to disk?
Did not, just need to run hoses as I have everything else already there, just didn't order hoses and was too lazy to have them when I did this. Everything else is installed though so when I get around to getting hoses just need to drop the valiance again and slide them through. With my previous RSR bumper it was all plumbed.
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