I always thought that the two front air intakes below the turn signals were to supply air to the brakes. There is quite a bit of sheet-metal work around them to manage the air and a 2 !/2 inch diameter tube exit for the air. I also always wondered about the two open thin plastic tubes that run from the front of the car to the rear. They are close together between the frame rails front and rear above the water hoses. They end at the front of the engine. The tubes are also 2 1/2 inches in diameter.
Is it possible that the tubes should have a flexible tube connecter to the front air intake to supply air to the engine compartment at higher speed? It needs forced air to work.
I think I will get some tubing and try it. I know the front intakes draw air in as I have found smashed bugs that passed through it.
Does anyone have any thoughts about this?