More air coming in means there's a lesser chance for you to experience overheating. But to get more air, you'll need more openings in your vehicle's front. One part that you can choose to work with is your bumper. And once it's got a gap good enough to take in an adequate amount of air, you'll need to pair it up with a bumper grille. Just like the grille located above your bumper, this device works on allowing air to come in and help cool your engine and its parts. This keeps the temperature under the hood from escalating allowing the components located near it to operate smoothly. Aside from giving in that much needed air, the grille also keeps dirt, debris, and insects from entering and damaging the parts under the hood. To help the bumper grille perform well, it's made from stainless steel to give it the toughness to absorb impact. It's also powder-coated to boost its resistance against rust and corrosion. This finish also helps enhance its overall appearance making it sleeker to look at. Finally, the component is constructed to match the specifications of your ride making it easy to install. So if you want more air to come in and cool your engine, consider using your bumper to help you accomplish that. And once you've got an opening ready, be sure it's covered with a bumper grille. That way, your engine and its parts will get the air they need minus the dirt and debris.