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  1. #31
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    ^^Thanks. Both were ripped out. The wife hit something a few nights back, destroyed the front pan, and dropped the rear pan during out last (and final) snow storm.
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    Yeah, if anyone happens to know what is needed in terms of hardware, or where I could find a listing that would be fantastic!
    When I got my car, the rear pan was held on with a couple zip ties, and we just took the front pan off the other day because it was only being held up by 2 screws so I have nothing but those 2 screws to reference new hardware :(

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    At 197 MPH the Challenge chin spoiler rips off ( not mine - some guy doing the Texas Mile)....................*~:',~
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissMaggie View Post
    Yeah, if anyone happens to know what is needed in terms of hardware, or where I could find a listing that would be fantastic!
    When I got my car, the rear pan was held on with a couple zip ties, and we just took the front pan off the other day because it was only being held up by 2 screws so I have nothing but those 2 screws to reference new hardware :(

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    Does anyone know what the part number for the front belly pan is on Rock Auto?

    I saw someone posted the link to the rear, but I've been unable to find the front one on there. I could be looking in the wrong category, but I've gone through all of the exterior panels categories and am still unable to find it.

    Otherwise, does someone have a suggestion as to where I should order it? I called the dealership and they wanted outrageous amounts. The inner fender liners that are $13 a piece on RA are like $80 at a dealership, so I figure the belly pan is probably the same way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sevenernine View Post
    Does anyone know what the part number for the front belly pan is on Rock Auto?

    I saw someone posted the link to the rear, but I've been unable to find the front one on there. I could be looking in the wrong category, but I've gone through all of the exterior panels categories and am still unable to find it.

    Otherwise, does someone have a suggestion as to where I should order it? I called the dealership and they wanted outrageous amounts. The inner fender liners that are $13 a piece on RA are like $80 at a dealership, so I figure the belly pan is probably the same way.
    part number is CH1228105 SPLASH GUARD $28.79 PLUS SHIPPING.... click all of these, rockauto.com.....dodge....year....car type....engine.....engine cover.....its a splash guard.... or you can just type in the part number i provided... just got mine on friday last week. pm me if you can't find it....
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    Quote Originally Posted by hostage42 View Post
    part number is CH1228105 SPLASH GUARD $28.79 PLUS SHIPPING.... click all of these, rockauto.com.....dodge....year....car type....engine.....engine cover.....its a splash guard.... or you can just type in the part number i provided... just got mine on friday last week. pm me if you can't find it....
    Ah, duh! Of course it's an engine cover, it just covers the bottom! Doh!

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    [QUOTE but after closer examination I saw that the air coming in through that new opening built up enough pressure to push the plastic inner fenders against the front tires... the smoke I saw was the inner fenders about to catch on fire! I plan on replacing the piece soon,

    It is both for "aero" and to scavenge heat from the radiator and engine to either side of the car, behind front wheel wells.

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    Not unless you're super sonic!
    the front (smaller pan) ties into the fender wells and keeps them in place. The rear pan keeps out dust and dirt. and has to be removed to change the oil.

    IIRC, Meister removed only the rear cover to obtain better air flow through the engine bay.

    As you know, heat rises. I removed the top rear cowl cover around the wipers, and a ton of heat exits there. I don't drive in the rain, so no problem there.

    IIRC fireman2118 has had his upper cowl cover louvered to reduce heat - pretty cool!

    I don't drive my car enough in dirty conditions to need the rear panel.
    However, I've noticed more dirt in the engine bay. As I add more bling, I may re-install it.
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    Try kneeling behind the front wheel well (either side) when the engine is hot and running (not your car).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hal'sMag View Post
    Not unless you're super sonic!
    the front (smaller pan) ties into the fender wells and keeps them in place. The rear pan keeps out dust and dirt. and has to be removed to change the oil.

    IIRC, Meister removed only the rear cover to obtain better air flow through the engine bay.

    As you know, heat rises. I removed the top rear cowl cover around the wipers, and a ton of heat exits there. I don't drive in the rain, so no problem there.

    IIRC fireman2118 has had his upper cowl cover louvered to reduce heat - pretty cool!

    I don't drive my car enough in dirty conditions to need the rear panel.
    However, I've noticed more dirt in the engine bay. As I add more bling, I may re-install it.
    The rear pan (along with the front) is for aerodynamics (efficiency) and I'd say there is an excellent chance it *improves* air flow through the engine bay.
    The idea is to draw air *through* the engine bay. Through the radiator and through the engine bay.
    If you're seeing more dirt in the engine bay without the pan it's evidence that you're probably reducing air flow through there. Implication is that there is air coming up from where the pan was into the engine bay. So you have air coming in through the radiator and air coming up from where the pan was. End result is you are probably just increasing the pressure a little bit in the bay with less flow through there. Probably creating more turbulence underneath the car too. Lol, getting slower times without the pan?
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    I do not have the front or rear pan on. What are the clips and/or bolts needed to put these parts back together?
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    My pan came off at around 160 mph. I wasn't driving, I was standing beside the road about 1 mile from where my friend started my Magnum, about 100 feet past me, I heard a hell of an explosion and saw something flying thru the air. It blew off the pan and collapsed the fender liners on to my front tires. My friend who used to drag race a 502 BBChevy Monte Carlo, was a mite surprised. Now I have laces the fender skirts on to the fenders with heavy black tie wraps. Never replaced the pan, had her to 160 a few times, nary a problem, hood didn't bulge upwards like I had expected.
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    I do not have the front or rear pan on. What are the clips and/or bolts needed to put these parts back together?

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    Quote Originally Posted by formerice View Post
    Now I have laces the fender skirts on to the fenders with heavy black tie wraps. Never replaced the pan, had her to 160 a few times, nary a problem, hood didn't bulge upwards like I had expected.
    Get a GoPro. Might be surprised at how your front facia is deforming at speed. Maybe tie wraping it to the liners helps but the front belly pan provides support for the facia.

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