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Old 11-24-2011, 05:59 AM   #1
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I have new bodies for my V-One and I'm wondering which is the best solution to balance engine ventilation and aerodinamic.

I used to make a hole on the front glass in the middle-high position and to remove the front/side glasses and completely remove the rear glass.

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This is correct. I think that you'll also remove front left and right glass.
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yes..normally the front hole( for fueling purpose) and rear hole (for engine ventilation/cooling effect) , the front sides window (both sides) . but some says leave the front sides window for better aerodynamics.
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Thanks for your suggestions.

My doubt is mainly relevant to rear glass, if to remove it completely or to just open a hole similar to the front glass one.

I've heard different opinions on that...
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Thanks for your suggestions.

My doubt is mainly relevant to rear glass, if to remove it completely or to just open a hole similar to the front glass one.

I've heard different opinions on that...
well if u remove the whole rear glass, for sure more ventilation/airflow that allows more cooling process to take place. if u remove smaller portion of the rear glass then less air flow . for me to be on the safe side i prefer a lot more air
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