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Old 04-05-2018, 11:17 PM
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Originally Posted by morjo02 View Post


plastic or aluminum?
Aluminum, also Aluminium
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John - thanks for the call to discuss the screens and associated airflow. I appreciate the detailed info!
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Originally Posted by needmoregarage View Post
John - thanks for the call to discuss the screens and associated airflow. I appreciate the detailed info!
My pleasure Carol : ) My wife says the weather in PA hasn't realized it's spring yet and it snowed again earlier this week. I hope the driving weather finds you guys soon!
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Are there photos of these installed from a full car shot? Curious how this mesh matches against that in the front bumper.
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Would love to see some pics of the install process.
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In for install video/pics, too
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Old 04-27-2018, 11:09 PM
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These are very similar to the Manthey Racing side intake screens they run on their GT4 race cars.
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Old 05-03-2018, 10:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Pyrat2 View Post
Would love to see some pics of the install process.
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Thanks for the interest guys! In regards to the install instructions, Manthey Racing actually put together an excellent PDF on installing screens like these. However, we actually do it a bit quicker than they do as we don’t pull the rocker off the car. We simply undue it halfway up and are able to squeeze them in from the backside. Pretty simple. The next GT4 we install them on we will be documenting the entire install from start to finish. For anyone installing them in the meantime, we will be offering full tech support (live if necessary) explaining the full installation procedure.
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These intake screens are in stock and ready to help clean up your intake system : )
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Originally Posted by AutoQuest Motorsports View Post
Thanks for the interest guys! In regards to the install instructions, Manthey Racing actually put together an excellent PDF on installing screens like these. However, we actually do it a bit quicker than they do as we don’t pull the rocker off the car. We simply undue it halfway up and are able to squeeze them in from the backside. Pretty simple. The next GT4 we install them on we will be documenting the entire install from start to finish. For anyone installing them in the meantime, we will be offering full tech support (live if necessary) explaining the full installation procedure.
Have you documented the installation yet ???
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Originally Posted by morjo02 View Post
Have you documented the installation yet ???
All the GT4's in the last month to come through the facility already have them installed. Our next GT4 scheduled for an install of these will be the second week of July, and we will take advantage the opportunity. In the meantime, we have been referencing Manthey's installation guide I provided above and installations outside of our facility have gone smoothly. I appreciate the interest, and if you are waiting for our install guide to pick up a set I look forward to you being one of the first to install with it : )
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i picked up a set from john at the smokies event a few months ago and finally installed them this weekend. super easy. took less than an hour and a half to do it. i followed the Manthey installation guide, which is great. you really don't need anymore detail. i am not a skilled mechanic by any means, and i would rate this a 2.5/10 in terms of difficulty. you just have to realize that the door sill is just a big piece of forgiving plastic and easily pops out with a little force after you remove all of the fasteners which are well described in the instructions. thanks john as always!
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