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Author Subject: Driving lamps trim thingy :)
goldfish

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Post #1
Ok, so somewhere I saw some silver round things to put in place of the driving lamps, I suppose they funnel some cold air onto the brakes, anyone got any ideas where I can get them?
Posted 6th Nov 2018 at 13:06
Joep

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Post #2
These https://www.trackdayparts.nl/index.php?module=producten&action=show&id=217&cpath=35_93_94&cat=94 ?

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Posted 6th Nov 2018 at 15:06
gnrlee Forum Owner

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Alot of people fit Morette Headlights and run an air intake from the main beam inner headlight hole,.. But Morette's are about £200 if you don't have a pair already
But you can get air intakes on ebay with varying size and fitment!

Picture to illustrate

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Posted 7th Nov 2018 at 09:45
goldfish

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Nah, they’re for the front fog lamps in the bumper...sorry I always call them driving lamps!
Posted 7th Nov 2018 at 10:48
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their exactly the same you just need to know the size you want,..
I have one kicking around somewhere that's 76mm in the same as a gti 6 throttle body,.. you'd have to modify your grille to make it fit though!

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Posted 7th Nov 2018 at 16:55
Day666

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I use these ...not cheap but made for Merlin Motorsport at Castle Combe ....


They stock them in asst sizes use the drop down box on the page Thumbs up

https://www.merlinmotorsport.co.uk/p/aluminium-high-flow-air-inlet-hfi
Posted 7th Nov 2018 at 17:51
goldfish

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[quote="gnrlee"]their exactly the same you just need to know the size you want,..
I have one kicking around somewhere that's 76mm in the same as a gti 6 throttle body,.. you'd have to modify your grille to make it fit though!


Oh, I thought they were a custom fit part. Thanks!
Posted 7th Nov 2018 at 23:30
goldfish

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[quote="Day666"]I use these ...not cheap but made for Merlin Motorsport at Castle Combe ....


They stock them in asst sizes use the drop down box on the page Thumbs up

https://www.merlinmotorsport.co.uk/p/aluminium-high-flow-air-inlet-hfi


Thanks, I’ll take a look at those, I just want to get a bit more air flow to the brakes and engine bay to help cope with the 40-45 degree summer Yes
Posted 7th Nov 2018 at 23:32

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