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Old 08-19-2008, 11:19 AM
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Functional Ram Air Hood??

Does anyone out there have a functional ram air hood yet?? Any performance gains? Would like to get as much air as I can into this bad boy but don't know if it is worth the money.....I have found a couple of sharp-lookin hoods at Suncoast Automotive Performance and also at StylinTrucks....just looking for some feedback...and pictures would be sweet too!
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Old 08-19-2008, 11:34 AM
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Does anyone out there have a functional ram air hood yet?? Any performance gains? Would like to get as much air as I can into this bad boy but don't know if it is worth the money.....I have found a couple of sharp-lookin hoods at Suncoast Automotive Performance and also at StylinTrucks....just looking for some feedback...and pictures would be sweet too!
I do believe there is one member with a Suncoast hood.....maybe he'll chime in soon
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Thats a good lookin hood. How many you want? lol

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i think the zoo dad mod helped me out allot with getting more air.
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i think the zoo dad mod helped me out allot with getting more air.
our air intake is in the back, on the left hand side... we'd have to drill a hole in the battery.... and the fender
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Old 08-19-2008, 04:07 PM
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our air intake is in the back, on the left hand side... we'd have to drill a hole in the battery.... and the fender

well whats the problem then, that sounds easy
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Old 08-20-2008, 07:35 AM
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our air intake is in the back, on the left hand side... we'd have to drill a hole in the battery.... and the fender
I knew I was doing something wrong
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@ Patrick thats a really nice lookin hood, makes one wonder the cost and and if it comes factory painted.
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Thanks for posting that Patrick, I haven't seen that style yet. I ordered a keystone a couple of weeks ago and I'm patiently waiting for it to arrive at the body shop. As soon as it is painted, I'll post pics. I got the hood for 769.95 I believe and the body shop quoted me 520 for paint and install.
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Thats a good lookin hood. How many you want? lol


DAMN THAT HOOD IS SWEEEEEET
Yer killin' Me
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