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  1. Nitori

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    I don't want to speak for MAP but I kinda doubt it, if you look at the packaging you've got something like an inch or two max clearance from the ECU from the back of the high beam headlight housing. Fitment would be crazy tight.

    Speaking of air scoops I found out that the CTR's cooling panel and scoop is a separate part, but it's $125 for some reason. PN 71204-TGH-A00. Doesn't look like it would be very compatible with the 1.5 either...
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  2. Jay_Tech

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    #77 Jay_Tech, Jul 23, 2019
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    I wouldnt mind seeing some stuff to make the engine bay look a little more eye catching. Like specially designed valve covers with some sort of engravings to give it a custom look.
     
  3. TrippyPancakes

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    This would be super cool for CVT owners, but I agree it's probably a long shot
     
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    i have thought if a aluminum valve cover would be nice
    Has any one been experiencing leaking from the plastic valve covers?
     
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    Yea CVTs are weird lol, they work with magic, you just press the gas and go
     
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  6. ONEPNT5.Si

    ONEPNT5.Si Senior Member

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    I personally have not experienced any leaking, nor heard of anyone experiencing leaking, but I would definitely purchase an aluminum valve cover if one were made available.
     
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    I am 100% for an aluminum valve cover! Thats something I would be willing to buy over an OEM cover thats been wrinkle painted.
     
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