Alright, in light of recent events I'm gonna start a thread about an engine bay fire suppression system. I've had several ideas but haven't had the time or ambition to implement them. If you have any ideas or a current system please post up. Here are mine: #1. A breakable port like you see on boats all the time. We have three on our inboard/outboard boat and I'm confident that in the event of a fire, it would be containable via this system. All you'd have to do is carry a fire extinguisher like most people do already. #2. A fire extinguisher hardmounted in the passenger compartment, plumbed to hardlines into the engine bay. You could easily put out most fires this way but you'd have to stay in the passenger compartment gripping the handle until the fire was out or the extinguisher was discharged. You could get around this by using a zip tie or something to loop over the handle and get the full discharge without staying there. #3. A fire extinguisher or two mounted in the engine bay, plumbed to lines that discharge at multiple locations. The extinguishers would have to be activated via an electric solenoid or some such system. They would be connected to an OH SH!T type of switch or button in the cab. This would be quick and easy to activate and bail out, but would rely on your car's systems to activate, leaving a couple of variables that could go up in flames, literally. That's a basic layout of the systems I have thought of. If you have any ideas, improvements, suggestions, or systems of your own, please post up. I've been thinking about rigging this up for a while and some recent unfortunate events have kind of spurred me into action.