I am installing the cooling baffling kit from Vans Aircraft. Of course the front end is of a different design. I have trimmed a lot of aluminum off the parts to install under the Skybolt hood. At the air intake (the important entry point) and have a question to anyone that has installed the Firebolt nose bowl Looking at the photo's you will see my concern. What with the nose bowl close to the cylinders and the air space left after I install the air ramps. Will this be enough volume of air to sufficiently cool the engine? Also. Because the nose bowl is so close to the cylinders, the air ramp is no longer a ramp shape, but a wall, standing flat up against the oncoming air. All advice will be greatly appreciated.