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    i fitted teh vxr front end to my xp2 and was with a guy with is vxr vec earlier noticed that the vxr has a coling duct running threw the fog (honey comb bit and went the wheel arch ,

    its standard on vec vxr and curious if this could be fitted after mark?

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    Simple way to determine that - have you ever been driving along and thought to yourself "Darn, this car would brake sooo much better if it had some cooling ducts"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jezzy View Post
    Simple way to determine that - have you ever been driving along and thought to yourself "Darn, this car would brake sooo much better if it had some cooling ducts"?
    Fit some VXR brakes first then ask yourself the question again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penfold101 View Post
    Fit some VXR brakes first then ask yourself the question again...
    I have a over heating problem with my vxr front brakes, when putting them through there paces. Need to make some cool air ducting up, as i don't have the vxr front bumper.
    Am wondering as well, I'm running 17inch rims and they are a tad close to the the wheel inner rim.

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