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Thanks for all the help. Originally Posted by Joe@DewlaDez Spartan, from the video, it looks as if you may not need to alter your setup with the cooler being that

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Spartan, from the video, it looks as if you may not need to alter your setup with the cooler being that short. I would try just removing the bracket with the oil cooler still attached and temporarily drop it down while installing the Air-Guide. Then just see if it clears. I think it may..

No increased temperature or negative impacts have been found or reported at this time. Should be just fine. The air guide leaves plenty of room for air flow.
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No worries, feel free to ask more questions anytime.
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Has anyone had a chance to fit their new part and go for a test drive?
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Update:

All 370 models have been verified for fitment.
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The early style Nismo's require to have the horn bracket removed on the upper crash bar, we pack an extension harness/horn relocation in every kit. This will just add a few extra minutes in install time on the pre 2015 Nismo variants by removing 2x 10mm nuts and using the drill bit included in the kit to drill out the rivets that retain the bracket to the top portion of the crash bar.
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