Originally Posted by Ryan1212
Sorry if I'm mistaken, but I thought that "Shaving" an engine bay required cutting out the existing steel and welding in new panels. I have never seen a car been done with the method you are doing, seems kinda redundant to add more weight to the bay when swapping a motor for more power.
Don't get me wrong, i love the look of a nice shaved bay, but just confused as to why you went with this method....
I've seen it before, good result too. Gives it that clean look that stock e30s can't accomplish. More weight yeah, but the RB will make up for it