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LiquidG
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LiquidG Oct 21, 6:08am - #54260 

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VIS Invader Carbon Fiber Hood

For those of you with the VIS Invader Carbon Fiber Hood, what do you do about water draining into the Hood of your car when it rains.
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isaac
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isaac Oct 21, 6:47am - #54261 
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Basically, the only thing that you should be concerned about getting water into under your Hood is your Intake/air-filter.

Although the following items are already waterproof, you should check the tightness of the oil filler cap, the power steering filler cap, windshield washer fluid cap, oil dip stick, battery filler caps and all other engine compartment opening caps.

everything else should be fine... there really isnt much under your Hood that isnt already water proof.

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VeilSide2K2GT Oct 21, 6:50am - #54262 
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Well said Isaac , I agree with everything he stated. I have the invader Hood myself and have not had anything damage but Isaac just gave a list of the most comman things to be checked.
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