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Old 01-06-2006, 05:38 PM   #1
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Default Need some ideas on fitting air scoop,

Hi all,

Ive recently obtained an old pro4 with an airscoop, i want to use the airscoop and weights, unfortunatly it seems that the optimum place for weights on this chassis is on the right hand side of the motor, exactly were the scoop goes , some one suggested fitting the scoop and putting the weight inside but i dont like the idea of crashing and losing the scoop and the weight going with it. I have tried putting the scoop on top of the weights but it doesnt stick very well and comes loose quickly, and ideas would be great, or if any one knows were hara placed the weight on his car when he ran the scoop cheers.

Skid

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