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Discussion in '365 GT4 2+2/400/412' started by samsaprunoff, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. samsaprunoff

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    Good day All,
    I have recently seen a few threads where various posters were asking for info, etc on the removal of various front cabin installed items. Just to let everyone know... I still have my full front interior and dash all apart and so if anyone needs any pics I can certainly help. Although my car is a 365 I suspect a good portion of the front cabin setup to be the same on the 400 series... With that said if someone needs a pic send me a message or email.

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  2. Newman

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    Even with the dash out its probably a drag to remove the complete box.
     
  3. Dazanz

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    Thanks Sam. Must appreciated. These photos helped me find where the resister should attach to the evaporater.
     
  4. willrace

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    Sam, it's the same.......thankfully.

    Yep - The diffuser on top (funnel-shape on top of the airbox) is steel, and part of the chassis.
    The airbox itself sits in a trough in the top of the transmission tunnel.

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    Ignore the boxed section riveted into the firewall (which itself is fiberglass!!), which is normally flat, but Tim has cut & formed a recess into the engine compartment to fit the reshaped airbox with larger fans/evaporator. My point is that the airbox assembly doesn't have much wiggle room, and is wedged between the tunnel and that diffuser (very top of pic).
     
  5. Dazanz

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    Hi will I saw that you posted with a few photos of this but it never appeared on forum. Could you reload please.
    Does the Spaal fan fit with out modifying the evaporater metal box and which fan did you use as there are several they offer
    Thank you
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  6. willrace

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    Sorry about that - The new(ish) format really sucks for adding pics from a hard drive, and they ended-up mismatched to the relevant captions, and an odd repeat. I'll try again later.
     
  7. Newman

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    Im on the old f-chat. Blue screen, same old site and easy to load pics.
     
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  8. willrace

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    So am I - It's just not as straightforward as the "pre-improved" version. I admittedly don't do it enough to get adept at it.
    I'll rework the other post.
     

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