@Panhandle Bob posted:
Did anybody notice in the Modified section of the virtual car show (pic #55) the 911 engine with the velocity stacks and what appears to be pieces of lexan mounted just above the stacks.
Is that to keep residue from coming down into the filters, to funnel air to the stacks or just to express how cool the car is, or, any combination of the above?
Ed, building that car is a terrific achievement!
I think it's a mostly cosmetic interpretation of a debris filter like what's on a 917 engine. I've never seen it on a factory car, road or race. (But I could be mistaken)
I've seen a few cars with the simple screens over the velocity stacks (even considered doing the same on my dellortos) but that's the only car I've ever seen with the lexan bits.