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Plastic engine covers

Wheras in times gone bye the engine bay was a mass of metal grease and oil and actually looked like an engine, we now have the arrival of plastic engine covers. Most manufacturers now install them and they serve a two fold purpose. Firstly they keep things looking clean and tidy and secondly they help to cut out some of the engine noise by becomming a physical barrier between the occupants and the engine. This particular engine looks spotless  and the tailored strut brace (in red) snakes around the engine profile neatly. A dbilas forced induction system is neatly marked with the makers logo and creates a nice feature within the engine bay. A chrome turbo badge sits on the top of the plastic engine cover reminding all those looking at it that the engine has a lot of power for its relatively diminuative size.

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