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    Probably my fault, he is looking for a Stage II auto w/ black interior in perfect condition so I directed him here to see pics of mine...but we are waaaayyy apart on price.

    If people are out there paying 10-15k for a parts car and 15-20k for a "fixer upper" then I am forced to re-appraise my car's worth.

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    Hello, I just joined and was trying to post a question but I am not really sure how to start a topic? I'm sure it's me but was wanting to put a question on about how to install ac duct work to the ac vents you can install on the knee pads? I installed the vents into my knee pads already and was just trying to get some help on how others have routed the duct work so it gets to the vents. Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by DMCSPRINT View Post
    Hello, I just joined and was trying to post a question but I am not really sure how to start a topic? I'm sure it's me but was wanting to put a question on about how to install ac duct work to the ac vents you can install on the knee pads? I installed the vents into my knee pads already and was just trying to get some help on how others have routed the duct work so it gets to the vents. Thanks


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    Sounds like you have already done the hard part. A lot of people lose the ducting to the door vents since they don't flow much air. They cap off the duct at the door jamb. You could use that ducting and just reroute it to your knee pad vents.

    As far as posting a new topic, it's just like any other board. Select the area you want and hit the "post new thread" button a the top left.

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    Sounds like you have already done the hard part. A lot of people lose the ducting to the door vents since they don't flow much air. They cap off the duct at the door jamb. You could use that ducting and just reroute it to your knee pad vents.

    As far as posting a new topic, it's just like any other board. Select the area you want and hit the "post new thread" button a the top left.
    I get a ton of air from my door ducts after sealing them up (see here http://dmctoday.com/showthread.php?1...better-airflow). It is easier to just plug the holes than to do that, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattDavid View Post
    I get a ton of air from my door ducts after sealing them up (see here http://dmctoday.com/showthread.php?1...better-airflow). It is easier to just plug the holes than to do that, though.
    I get a ton of air from my door ducts too, but I didn't have to seal mine (Steve can confirm this)
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    Quote Originally Posted by NightFlyer View Post
    I get a ton of air from my door ducts too, but I didn't have to seal mine (Steve can confirm this)
    No need for cross exam, counsel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattDavid View Post
    No need for cross exam, counsel.
    You should see how well Josh's car drives on water!

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    Josh sucks.
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    I have gone from checking for new membership approvals once a day to 2-3 times a day and we have added over 60 members since this thread was started...not bad at all!

    I would also like to note that most all of our members are actual owners (either that or they are making up vins)

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