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Re: Lucy

Postby Brit-Car-Nut » Sat 25.03.2017, 03:29

On the UK car it is on the near side (UK point of view) and LHD cars it is on the off side. Another big difference between clam shells.
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Re: Lucy

Postby Giniw » Sat 25.03.2017, 03:57

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Re: Lucy

Postby Rusty Wishbone » Wed 05.04.2017, 22:28

On further reflection, I realise that the engine bay fumes weren't coming in through the ventilation system. They still came in when the fan was switched off. So, there must be an air pathway from the underwing area straight into the cabin.
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Re: Lucy

Postby lotusflasherman » Wed 05.04.2017, 22:41

Rusty Wishbone wrote:On further reflection, I realise that the engine bay fumes weren't coming in through the ventilation system. They still came in when the fan was switched off. So, there must be an air pathway from the underwing area straight into the cabin.


This might explain it ...What are these slots for?
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