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...the next thing I´d like to do is work in the "rain pan" of the deck lid grille but I don´t know wheter I cut , mount a plexi cover, mesh or something like that below the grille.

I don´t know if it could affect in the airflow aircooled (hot issues).

I´ve seen some cars without it like Emorys Outlaw and others with a custom plexi with holes like Singer.

Any advice, opinions?

@nesta posted:

...the next thing I´d like to do is work in the "rain pan" of the deck lid grille but I don´t know wheter I cut , mount a plexi cover, mesh or something like that below the grille.

I don´t know if it could affect in the airflow aircooled (hot issues).

I´ve seen some cars without it like Emorys Outlaw and others with a custom plexi with holes like Singer.

Any advice, opinions?

If you only drive on sunny weather you could do away with it entirely and it will improve your airflow; otherwise my advice is to leave it alone.

Maybe it can be useful for users who want to listen music while driving ...

I´m using a Marshall Emberton BT Speaker in my car and I am very happy with it, no plate or radio needed, no sound system installation, speakers, etc , water and dust proof and you can turn up/down volume and skip songs using the jog button of the speaker itself.

This speaker sounds like a much bigger one, it sounds two ways so you can´t determine if the font its lef of right, it´s like you have two 6x9 speakers behind you.

Easy to carry and high volume in a small rubber rectangule situated behind the hand brake (central part) (it doesn´t move cornering).

My tip and trick of the day

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