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Old 02-09-2013, 03:05 PM
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Mad turbo werks hood

Hello, here's some more mad mods i have been up to. Not sure if this is right place to post so it need to move to exterior it ok. The hood is modded to remove heat from under it through the louvers. I started with a 2" reaised cowl hood, got it off Ebay for 326.00 shipped. It's a metal hood, I also bought the louver off ebay for 40.00. I cut the hood and fit the louvers in it, I need to get to a body shop for paint. I will be painting hood white and leave the louvers black. I will update the pictures when I finish.
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Old 02-09-2013, 03:16 PM
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Looks pretty good.
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I like it - Look forward to see it done!
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looks good
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Very Coool!!

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I like it Adrian. Ought to look good painted up and on the truck.
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I'd like to see an 11+ hood on a 99-07. Obviously, you'd have to do some work to get it to fit.
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You should just paint it black and send it to me. I'll test it out for ya
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A cowl will pull outside air.

You'll want the leading edge on the louvers as lipped as possible since you need to create a low pressure area over the louvers to pull air out from the higher pressure area under the hood.

This is a extreme example of the above, but is the clearest way i can show you what i am talking about.


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Old 02-19-2013, 03:24 AM
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