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Old 05-04-2009, 07:49 PM   #9

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Yeah, some of those 4th and 3rd gens had no grille opening at all, they depended 100% on the air dam pushing air up from underneath. It was great for reducing drag, it helped make the car very aerodynamic.

I guess a little air could leak around the fog lights, but not much.
Removing weight has surprisingly little effect on fuel economy
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