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Old 03-08-2016, 10:27 PM
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Looking for a set of these by FVD if anyone has a set laying around.

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Old 03-10-2016, 12:50 PM
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Do they have to FVD versions?

There are very good ABS versions available and probably alot cheaper
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Do they have to FVD versions?

There are very good ABS versions available and probably alot cheaper
That is what I am going to order this weekend. Don't want some cheapy that will end up sagging.
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http://type911shop.co.uk/epages/de86.../Products/8573

these are the best quality ABS ducts ive seen fit and finish are very nice with minimal body work needed to paint and install
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I have the FVD/Cult Werk ducts. Made in Austria. Worlds nicer than the Better Bodies Sag-O-Matics I had years ago.



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Old 03-10-2016, 11:19 PM
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Originally Posted by quacktoduck View Post
http://type911shop.co.uk/epages/de86.../Products/8573

these are the best quality ABS ducts ive seen fit and finish are very nice with minimal body work needed to paint and install
These^^^are a very nice ABS product, with Hella plug n play LEDs, at an unmatchable price point!

Sand, wipe, prime, sand, wipe; 3 coats color, colorsand, wipe; 2 coats clear.

I used, touch up direct, paint and clear, with excellent results in paint match.

I will be installing this weekend with photos to follow.

EDIT - Ducts installed

First pic, painted ducts with leds installed

Second, One duct installed

Third, Both ducts installed

I used alum screening over the air ducts...I may do them black, but so far they are alum silver in accent to the MY02 wheels.

Thanks to Foxman for his post and tips!
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Looks great! On my list!
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Not to be a Debbie downer, I love the look of those lights....but an HID upgrade in clear/new stock fog housings....is just too much valuable driving light to discard.

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i retrofitted hella micro fogs into the housings with HIDs so i dont think ive lost much but the OP is looking for brake cooling ducts.
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The HID's in the fog lights sounds great. I think I read one of your prior posts on this Magdaddy, 35w 4500? It's true that the LED's in the Turbo S Scoops are merely position lamps, but I think it's possible to run some H4 bulbs which should provide some meaningful light. I'm experimenting with a set of lamps that I sourced and will report back soon.





Not sure they even make these turbo scoops anymore





New H4 lamps
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Originally Posted by Foxman View Post
The HID's in the fog lights sounds great. I think I read one of your prior posts on this Magdaddy, 35w 4500? It's true that the LED's in the Turbo S Scoops are merely position lamps, but I think it's possible to run some H4 bulbs which should provide some meaningful light. I'm experimenting with a set of lamps that I sourced and will report back soon.





Not sure they even make these turbo scoops anymore





New H4 lamps
Looks promising.
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Looking fwd to what you find Foxman.
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