Poor pictures but here they are.
Had to cut out the steel bumper support and notch out the plastic bumper. I just remembered that I welded in square tubing to replace the piece I cut out, except it tucks inside the inner recess of the plastic bumper so there is no interference with the IC.
IC in 'bling' state, odd things on the face of it is the fan mounting hardware.
This is now covered up but you can see the gap between the IC and the condenser/radiator. Fan not wired up yet. 30A relay used. Pulls 8-9A steady state. Way more airflow that what is necessary for this setup. Fan is sealed to the IC. Slit tubing around outer edge, aluminum duct tape to seal the tiny overlap on the top and bottom. This IC is probably half heatsink and half heat exchanger and for the duty cycle I put it through, it works fine.
I'll have to take some pictures of the sprayers, don't have any. I found some very cheap $2 sprayers at HD. I need to find something that gives a finer spray, more like a heavy mist.
After driving in 95° temps, parking for a while and heat soaking the condenser, it's nice to hop in the car, spray down the condenser and have ice cold air, even at low speeds.
Civilized street hood. ~70% of the function of the 'race' hood. Vents from http://www.genright.com/Search.aspx?Keyword=louver
These were bare aluminum and $4.60 of paint at Advance Auto was close enough. The black powdercoated vents would have looked 100% better but not as stealthy.
The race hood and autox trim as of yesterday. It's somewhere on this page bleow Andy Hollis' STS Civic and the Exige but before the GT3.
Note the IC in stealth mode, the tiny orange tipped sprayer, the radiator lip way under there and a fully functional front license plate. Cost of the race hood was a 12 pack, 5 minutes with masking tape, 3 minutes with a cutting wheel and 2 minutes with a pair of linesman pliers.