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I know you can drive without the 2 pieces that form that L shape on the left side of the engine bay, but can you drive without the valve cover and fuse box covers? Thanks!
 

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peeper06 said:
I know you can drive without the 2 pieces that form that L shape on the left side of the engine bay, but can you drive without the valve cover and fuse box covers? Thanks!

you can drive w/o the valve plastics, althouh, it wouldn't be a smart idea to drive around without the fuse box cover.

Why would you want to do this anyway????
 

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I'm painting them right now and I might need more paint and they haven't dried yet.
 

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You might throw off the aerodynamics of the car and flip over. I wouldn't recommend it.
I don't think he was referring to the underbody plastics.
 

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XYRCNCP said:
You might throw off the aerodynamics of the car and flip over. I wouldn't recommend it.
I don't think he was referring to the underbody plastics.
:chuckles: he was speaking of the engine plastics... he was being sarcastic... And underbody plastics missing will not make you flip over
 

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You might throw off the aerodynamics of the car and flip over. I wouldn't recommend it.
:rofl: you may experience bad gas milage before the flipping.
 

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the fuse box is what you have to worry about... without the special insulated cover the fuses will overheat and catch on fire!
I recommend not going over 15mph if you NEED to go anywhere...
 
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