It's no secret that underbonnet heat is a major killer of Z32s roasting pipes, lines, radiators etc. Will have at least one z32 back on the road shortly and I'm turning my thought process to controlling this heat in the most value for money fashion to ensure I don't have to get back under the bonnet anytime soon. Initial ideas on top of a bunch of heat wrapping I've already done include: spacing the rear of the bonnet up slightly drifter style vented nose panel radiator cover panel between rad and front rad support cover panelling in front end to channel air through front mount and rad cutting a vent into the bonnet behind the radiator This is assuming my cooling system is all up to spec first of course. Radiator, pipework, water pump all look great, will be using quality coolant. Anything else that's been tried and works I haven't thought of?