Two part question: Does the foam surround between the carb pan and the hood of a ram air car get glued to the lower pan or just sit there held in place by gravity and compression of the hood? The pan was repainted years ago and no one remembers if the old foam was glued on. The vendor of the reproduction foam says it just sits there but I'd like a second opinion. Also looking for any suggestions on adjusting the hood with the extra pressure of the new foam which seems to lift the hood up a bit. My plan is to adjust the hood without the foam, then add the foam and let the weight of the hood compress it. Good idea? Thanks in advance for any insights.