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R Veloster N

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I'm not purchasing them for myself. They're displayed for those who are interested. I know who R1 concepts are thank you. I always post new items for VN owners to see. If you look back thru the thread you'll be able to see this.
 

R Veloster N

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Got the ducts from Udo @ NeX. Was a slow boat to China type shipment. These the same brake ducts as used on
the Audi, you can purchase state side.
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Depending upon if they fit the rear of the car, I may have a set for sale shortly.
 
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By the way, the part number for the brake ducts if anyone is interested are;

8VO 407 811 front left
8V0 407 812. front right
Just to confirm. You are saying those Audi ducts fit on the rear control arms of the Veloster N?
Also the front control arms from factory already come with a brake duct right?

Edit 1: fixed - I wront front instead of rear initially.
 

R Veloster N

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Just to confirm. You are saying those Audi ducts fit on the rear control arms of the Veloster N?
Also the front control arms from factory already come with a brake duct right?

Edit 1: fixed - I wront front instead of rear initially.
May work on the rear with longer zip ties. I don't know yet, as I haven't tried to fit them. There maybe some modification needed but I'll know better once there in place. I've got a lot of things going at the moment that I'm taking my time with so as not to mess them up.

The front lower cross members have a small formed bolt on air ducts but not significant enough for sustained high speed operation IMO. I'll see once they are mounted and temps are taken at the source and compared.

it's been cold here and the garage is equally. So when it warms up I'll be back finishing up all the additional modifications. I was able to get the Forge Motorsport Oil Cooler project finished and back off to them this past month. So, it will be online fairly soon as well.
 
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R Veloster N

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May work on the rear with longer zip ties. I don't know yet, as I haven't tried to fit them. There maybe some modification needed but I'll know better once there in place. I've got a lot of things going at the moment that I'm taking my time with so as not to mess them up.

The front lower cross members have a small formed bolt on air ducts but not significant enough for sustained high speed operation IMO. I'll see once they are mounted and temps are taken at the source and compared.

It's been cold here and the garage is equally. So, when it warms up I'll be back finishing up all the additional modifications. I was able to get the Forge Motorsport Oil Cooler project finished and back off to them this past month. So, it will be online fairly soon as well.
The VN brake ducts are really small about 7" long and 2-2.5" high and are held on by two short bolts. They don't have a big enough air scoop to really provide much in the way of increased air flow. There is only one small horizontal tab nearer the rotor that will actually catch the air and funnel it to the brake rotor. They're plastic and I'm removing them all to gather, in place of the RS3 duct which are much bigger and scoop more air. The picture makes the look rather big but they aren't, just the opposite.
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