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Old 06-18-2018, 05:33 AM
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Originally Posted by FreshLikeAG View Post
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Tried it the other day, you're right. It's awesome to know that. Always hated that warm air coming out of the vents. The little cubby above the head unit gets pretty damn hot too.
Thats from all the heat being generated by your head unit.
 
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Conissah is right, click recirculate if You are going to want to totally block outside air. It drops the cabin air filter port and no air flows.
Yeah but then it gets stuffy inside if the windows are up.
 
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Originally Posted by Hall Stevenson View Post
Like what ?
Water splashing up and damaging electrical connections during heavy rain. Also unavoidable road objects hitting and damaging your oil filter. Air flow!
It is there for a purpose!

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Originally Posted by Scorpi0 View Post


Yeah but then it gets stuffy inside if the windows are up.
So crack the windows, tilt the sunroof, or turn on the AC... It's not that hard people lol
 
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Originally Posted by FreshLikeAG View Post
If you're extremely lowered, something could hit the oil pan and crack it. But the plastic shield wont help at that point. At stock height, I'm not worried about anything. In my driving conditions, I don't see any problems other than maybe, just maybe rain and the alternator. I wouldn't run through snow and salty roads though.
Cars operated for decades and decades without these shields. They provide minimal water/splash coverage. They provide little to no "physical" coverage. As you say, if you hit something hard enough to crack the oil pan, that piece of plastic is going to break as well and provide no protection. I believe their primary function is "aerodynamics".
 
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