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Brilliant, thanks man.
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Here is the shroud I made for a B&B intercooler I had on the Red Rocket. The frame was aluminum with foam cut to seal and glued to the aluminum. The solid panel was used in the winter and worked well. The tail was a GT2 with side ducts so ram air came into the engine bay as well.


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'78 911SC Widebody, 930 engine, 915 Tranny, K27, SC Cams, RL8 Headers & GT3 Muffler. 350whp @ 0.75bar
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Awesome, thanks Brian.
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You'll notice the back of the shroud is open. I did that so fresh air could reach the air filter mounted on the air meter assembly. Probably overkill with the ram-air scoops but the engine cooling fan sucks up a lot of air. At high rpm I figured the engine fan would pull air from every opening so air would be sucked through the intercooler and pulled past the air filter. To make all this work optimally the engine compartment needs to be sealed. The firewall gasket is a common source of leaks as well as big holes in the engine tin that are not being used. You don't want to suck hot air from around the exhaust system into the engine bay.
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