Discussion in 'Dodge Challenger General Discussions' started by stingray, Aug 9, 2021.
What about the hardware and mounting equipment?
Wouldn't any more coverage cause a decrease in airflow and an increase in heat?
The mesh isn't thick enough to interfere with the airflow. Just want to prevent from replacing condensor/radiator as I have did in other cars. Same thing goes for the cars that I have had where I did have a front end cover that did have mesh built into it and didn't have to replace condensor/radiator for over 15 years.
I cut it large enough to wrap around the back side then scuffed the area where it would go, slid it into a space and then used 10 mini black wire ties in the furthers corners and then applied JB/Weld Epoxy around the area so it is bonded to the Grille.
No air Flow issues at all none, temp is same but it gives a nice look and extra protection from objects so its a double duty mod. You can get the Mesh in a few different styles btw and can cut it with a pair of old heavy duty all metal scissors. Once the weld dried up its not going anywhere.
NOPE plenty of air flow I did have some tighter opening Mesh that did seem to not allow as much air when I tested it with a fan and fog machine to see the air flow difference.
The Mesh I used is perfect....
You used those zip ties? I guess that would work.
Been on the car over a year since the Mod, no issues at all and you cant's see them. they were in the corners on each side but like I said there is JB Weld Epoxy over the Mesh on the back side between the two that Mesh wont go anywhere.
I can't imagine what that would look like. I have to see your pics if you have any with the glue and ties.
ITs on the back side not the front side !!!!
Not able to take pic of install?
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