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Unread 03-30-2012, 07:05 AM   #211
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2 is always better then one. After all these posts related to the squirters, I was thinking about something... It would be cool to combine the two designs and run two "new design" squirters and have twice the squirting coverage

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Unread 03-30-2012, 08:56 AM   #212
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2 is always better then one. After all these posts related to the squirters, I was thinking about something... It would be cool to combine the two designs and run two "new design" squirters and have twice the squirting coverage
For some reason that just sounds so pornographic.....Not that it is a bad thing...Just saying.
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Unread 03-30-2012, 09:02 AM   #213
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For some reason that just sounds so pornographic.....Not that it is a bad thing...Just saying.
Yes... now that you mention it lol
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Unread 04-10-2012, 12:46 PM   #214
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Thanks bdmckenna and Joevacs for posting up your JK Hood Louver Install photos and install notes in This thread in the JK Tech Forum! We appreciate the feedback, hope you don't mind me linking a photo of each of your installs into this thread

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Bob Thario sent us some great photos of his 4-door with our new JK Hood Louver installed. Thanks Bob!











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Unread 04-13-2012, 02:13 PM   #216
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That's one sick looking JK rubi! Love the way that black louver looks on that color jeep.

Hey Dusty.. send me out a 97-02 and I'll send you a ton of showcase pics! I would color match it to my PS4 silver metalic
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Unread 04-14-2012, 05:30 AM   #217
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Louvers in bad weather report?

I'm still waiting to hear what the effects are of rain/snow coming through the louvers. My 6.0 vortec swap is getting close, and while I'd love to have more cool air, I don't relish the thought of some of the components shutting down due to excess moisture.
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Unread 04-14-2012, 06:41 AM   #218
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I'm still waiting to hear what the effects are of rain/snow coming through the louvers. My 6.0 vortec swap is getting close, and while I'd love to have more cool air, I don't relish the thought of some of the components shutting down due to excess moisture.
I agree, I want to know how well the 4.0 likes getting rained on.
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I'm still waiting to hear what the effects are of rain/snow coming through the louvers. My 6.0 vortec swap is getting close, and while I'd love to have more cool air, I don't relish the thought of some of the components shutting down due to excess moisture.
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I agree, I want to know how well the 4.0 likes getting rained on.
Guys, you're welcome to read through the 15 pages of this thread, and our threads on wranglforum, militaryjeepers, etc., where several customers have posted their experiences with using these in wet weather. We've sold hundreds of these and have seen no evidence of problems in wet weather. In fact lots of people regularly hose down their engine bays anyhow, with no ill effects. Normal driving in wet weather with an intact hood you can also splash a lot of water up in there when you blast through puddles. The engine and underhood components come from the factory fairly well weatherproofed already. This isn't like the old days of mechanically advanced distributors where you had to pull the points and dry them out after going through a mud puddle.
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Unread 04-16-2012, 02:13 PM   #220
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That's what I hear too, sounds like the water is no issue from all the posts I've read. I would like to get one, hopefully by the time I go to buy it the 97-02 flavor will be ready!
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Unread 04-17-2012, 07:26 AM   #221
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Do you have the older YJ louvers yet? 88?

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Guys, you're welcome to read through the 15 pages of this thread, and our threads on wranglforum, militaryjeepers, etc., where several customers have posted their experiences with using these in wet weather. We've sold hundreds of these and have seen no evidence of problems in wet weather. In fact lots of people regularly hose down their engine bays anyhow, with no ill effects. Normal driving in wet weather with an intact hood you can also splash a lot of water up in there when you blast through puddles. The engine and underhood components come from the factory fairly well weatherproofed already. This isn't like the old days of mechanically advanced distributors where you had to pull the points and dry them out after going through a mud puddle.
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Do you have the older YJ louvers yet? 88?
Not yet, stay tuned.
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Unread 04-18-2012, 04:11 PM   #223
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I hand washed my jeep yesterday and got a fair amount of water on the hood. No problem at all, CAI was untouched, very little water on the actual engine.
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Unread 04-18-2012, 07:32 PM   #224
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Put mine on this past weekend, not to shabby. Def won't have anymore HeatSoak I used Bedliner in a can to paint it

O yeah it's on a 2001 model, I ain't skeered of no washer nozzle

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