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Discussion in 'Interior and Exterior' started by Nocturnal'14, Sep 5, 2012.
looks great, shocked I havn't seen more people doing this.
I want this, now.
Looks very good. You have some very tasteful mods.:thumbsup:
Jeff might beat you to it locally if he ever sees my Facebook post. LOL
Latemodel Resto has it in stock. could have it by tomorrow. hmmm.
Do it. Then rub it in Jeff's "phace". LOL
I may even like it more than my Saleen power flow hood - Great choice OP !!!!!!
I want one !!!
I ordered mine straight through cervini and got it a few days later (they are only 2 hours from me).
Let me know how it comes out the the plastidip, never thought about it but now that you mentioned it, it sounds like it would look good.
OP, are you using the Cervinis struts or do you know if any aftermarket ones will work?
I keep coming back to this thread to look at your car. Dayum!
That looks so good. I would so do that hood and a roush front clip if I had a new 5.0!!
wow that looks awesome
I bought the new Redline hood struts that bolt to the fender but rivet to the hood. Haven't mounted them yet though.
I think I'm gonna get the squirter relocation kit from AM, cause the kit from cervinis SUCKS
Air should flow into the hood do to the pressure at that point...unless air pressure at the bottom of windshields changed lately.;-)
We will see but I think you are right! When the car is static and not moving, hot air will flow out the vents (heat rises) thus cooling the engine.
Scratch that, gonna keep the Cervinis squirter kit and re route the hose under the cowl and mount it to the top portion of the cowl vs the hood itself!
I will post back with results.
A really nice, clean look. Well done UIN2iT.:rockon::beer:
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I changed my hose routing for the squirters since theres was kind of retarded and im going to flat black the underside of mine as well lmo how the new struts work and if you blast your ac you will see it works as the heat will fog the windshield right in front of the vents