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Old 02-01-2017, 03:37 PM   #301
 
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Sucks about the ASM lip. Gotta love that ASM radiator plate!
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Your build rocks! Love the great additions to our GPW and enjoyed reading your build thread.
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Old 02-03-2017, 04:17 AM   #303
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Sucks about the ASM lip. Gotta love that ASM radiator plate!
Yeah it does, but I'll end up buying another one down the road after this one is completely destroyed, if that ever happens. I do like the ASM cooling plate as well but is your Amuse hood really hard to close? I have to gently but firmly push down on the latch to get it to catch with the new plate in there, just curious if aftermarket hoods were the same way?

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Your build rocks! Love the great additions to our GPW and enjoyed reading your build thread.
Hey thanks a lot, it's been a slow but steady process over the years, now all I need is a mint CR to garage with mine!
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Yeah it does, but I'll end up buying another one down the road after this one is completely destroyed, if that ever happens. I do like the ASM cooling plate as well but is your Amuse hood really hard to close? I have to gently but firmly push down on the latch to get it to catch with the new plate in there, just curious if aftermarket hoods were the same way?
With my hood I had to trim the plate slightly so the hardware wouldn't come into contact. A small portion of the latch support area lightly contacts the plate so I put some small adhesive foam on the hood to keep anything from getting scuffed. It doesn't really take a lot of effort to close the hood though.
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Old 02-08-2017, 07:01 PM   #305
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Old 03-02-2017, 05:25 PM   #306
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Hey Chris, when do you plan on jumping back into the Honda game??? You can keep the BMW, but you need another NFR S2000!
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