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Radiator Top Cover For Front Mount Setups?

Old 02-13-2004, 03:03 PM
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A few people were making aluminum and also carbon versions of a radiator shroud that covers the top of the radiator, sealing it from the top. I posted on the other forum and didnt receive any definite answers if these are still being made. Essentially I have a GReddy front mount and thus, I am looking for something more aesthetically pleasing than what I have now to cover that gaping hole between the front bumper and radiator. Anyone up for producing something for the third gen?
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Old 02-13-2004, 03:14 PM
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I think that silver ninety three had something like that made at one time. Might want to PM him, thats probably your best bet.
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Old 02-13-2004, 10:24 PM
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oh wait, thats for t2 and his SN and sig indicate that he has a THIRD GEN, he even wrote THIRD GEN in the body of his post. I come across way too many posts in a day that are just a total waste of bandwidth. Not naming any names, this could be an honest mistake too, but there is a general trend towards useless posts and i find it incredibly annoying.
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Originally Posted by djgiantrobot' date='Feb 14 2004, 09:53 AM
oh wait, thats for t2 and his SN and sig indicate that he has a THIRD GEN, he even wrote THIRD GEN in the body of his post. I come across way too many posts in a day that are just a total waste of bandwidth. Not naming any names, this could be an honest mistake too, but there is a general trend towards useless posts and i find it incredibly annoying.
oh wait, speaking of useless bandwidth, who was actually (honestly) trying to be helpfull, and who's entire post in this thread, was off subject and hatefull??



why don't you do us a favor and go do something productive instead of trolling... obviously you have too much time on your hands
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Old 02-14-2004, 03:18 PM
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94T- Don't be a Mr. Bungles.
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Originally Posted by djgiantrobot' date='Feb 15 2004, 06:18 AM
i guess you're right, in an attempt to right the wrongs and create a better environment for everyone i became what i despise the most. I won't be seeing any response to this because, much like the evil forum, nopistons has left a bitter taste in my mouth. I'm sure your wealth of knowledge will more than make up for anything that may have been lost in my leaving. If i understand correctly, a troll never contributes anything, and i'm sure if you look you'll find that to be the case. Very sorry to rx7tt95 for diverting this thread, i hope that you'll find the CF cover you are looking for and maybe someone who might actually read through your post before replying may be able to help.
I guess the moral of the story is if you have nothing useful to post...don't post.
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