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5 DOT 0 said:It looks fantastic and I like the WC splitter too. Have you noticed any difference in cooling on track between the 302S and billet grilles?
maybe call these guys if you want stealth hood pins.Berol said:CoolTechLLC said:
Thanks for the input. I love the hood. I don't love the hood pins so much. I'm not a hood pin nazi, but it just doesn't seem like something I want on my own car.
I'm not a big hood pin guy either, but I've had a surprising number of compliments on my hood pins....not that it matters that much to me...function over form I was worried that they might crack around the pins as well, but as you can imagine I've put mine through some pretty harsh testing and no issues whatsoever. I've seen a couple that were in wrecks and they survived some wicked trauma....better than the aluminum would have for sure.ArizonaGT said:I don't think those will be effective as the load is placed only on the 8 sheetmetal screws on the underside latches. My guess is that would just rip out of the hood, especially in Fiberglass.
Typically you want latches that attach to the topside of the hood load the pin and pole assemblies which are rigidly mounted to the upper radiator support.
LP Heaven said:Guys im now completey freaking out dead as balls serious to get this hood !
You order it from that guy(forget his name) i can get it and...
1. Have it delivered to a body shop to get it painted to your liking ?
2. Bring your car(and a friend with a pickup for the old hood) to the shop when its done ?
3. I like the famous pic with the black matte but want the gloss black thats on my CO BOSS - Paint shops can do it anyway you want ?
4.Who installs the hood pins ? (I cant cause i suck)
Theres a guy here that has a CO with the way i kind of want it