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Makes sense.

You did what Aerodyn930 was saying and what Porsche did on the 91-94 C2 turbos.

Air will take the path of least resistance. If we restrict air flow to much at the grill it will get sucked in from other less desirable places like from under the car where the hot cooling air is expelled and the hot turbo and exhaust live. Thus, we should probably take note of post 17 & 18 here as to sealing our motor compartment.
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