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If anyone out there knows of anyone making removable covers for the hood and side vents please let me/us know. I washed my C7 yesterday for the first time and drying in and around those vents is a bit problematic. Snap on covers sure would be nice to have.
 

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Electric leaf blower works well on vents. I started using one for my bike and gave it a try on my 930 15 years ago and have been using one ever since.


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Electric leaf blower works well on vents. I started using one for my bike and gave it a try on my 930 15 years ago and have been using one ever since.


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Correct Mark. I've been doing the same for years. But for those who are going to do this, don't use a gas blower! A lot of gas blower models use the blower tube as the engine exhaust and some tend to spray the exhaust, with oil mixed in, out the tube. Not a lot, but enough to make it messy.
 
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I get tree crap underneath the grating, so blower won't work.....making covers from 1/4 plex.....right now using spenco shoe inter soles and a weight at night
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Glen, please advise how your plexi cover works for the hood vent.
not doing one for the hood vent - it cleans itself and is open from the underside....it's the rear vent that cant be cleaned easily......
 
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