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    Fresh air mod

    Took the plastic plate off that sits under the hood blocking access to the air vents that run along the back of the ecu. Cut 2 1.5" holes in the bottom and 2 1" holes in the top leving an " + " pattern in the middle. Got some outterwears pre filter material and contact cemented over the holes to prevent water intrusion. I feel I gained a solid 50 rpms. and am now hitting ~7,950 after this mod and shortening the vents lines about 6-8" all the way around, hit 72 gps.

    I know removing the plate completely on my 250 allowed it to suck up water when taking waves over the bow. I splashed this mod around, submarining the front with no water intrusion.


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