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post #1 of 20 Old 08-28-2009, 06:30 AM Thread Starter
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Steel cowl hood

Where can I get a good steel cowl hood from?

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im wondering the same thing! Also does anyone have experience with the cervinis hoods? they look like they have a wider cowl than most wich i like.

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I really dont want fiberglass( which is what cervinis is ) but Im going to subscribe now.....I want a cowl hood too.....

on an informational note.......Ive heard good about AIM/chassistech hoods, they line up and match well.........I found one on ebay for 420 shipped

it's only a 2" cowl.......I also found a custom ram air style cowl for 495 plus shipping that's fiberglass but REALLY cool.


does anyone have the heat extractor? what material hood is it? Im interested in getting that hood.
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I have a good hood it steel:


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do you sell that hood? It's sick lookin, i personly just dont like how thin the cowl is.

So far all i have is FBD 4" turbo strait back
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in the first pic is it the reflection of the clouds or is your hood all dented?
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do you sell that hood? It's sick lookin, i personally just dont like how thin the cowl is.
I dont sell them, but here is a link to one just like mine:

Ram Air Hoods and more . . .*

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in the first pic is it the reflection of the clouds or is your hood all dented?
LOL its just reflections..

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That's an awesome looking hood Adam.

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that hood does look good Adam, i cant believe someone thought your truck had a dent on it LMAO

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I've been told about Reflexxion Automotive - Hoods that they have steel hoods, and they actually use fords stamp, so the fit is just like OEM. I have no personal experience with them, just thought I'd throw them out there.

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