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Old 05-14-2014, 08:32 PM   #1
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What can i do to get rid of the honeycomb parts without spending allot of money? I already have the mach 1 grill delete
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What exactly are you talking about ..

Side scoops .. Hood scoop.. ?
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What exactly are you talking about ..

Side scoops .. Hood scoop.. ?

Both
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What can i do to get rid of the honeycomb parts without spending allot of money? I already have the mach 1 grill delete
Hey,

If your not a fan of the honeycomb, the grille delete was definitely a great place to start. The remaining honeycomb can be eliminated or covered in some fashion as well.

The least expensive option would be to get inserts to cover the side scoops and hood scoop. We offer a side scoop inserts that attach to the existing honeycomb and cover it out of sight. For the hood scoop many people will get a billet grille insert to cover the honeycomb as well.

If you would rather, there are also several options as far as replacing the entire side and hood scoops along with the honeycomb as well. These tend to be a little more expensive but popular for removing the honeycomb.

I hope this helps!

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I have looked on american muscle and all i see are chrome parts and i dont want chrome on my car
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I have looked on american muscle and all i see are chrome parts and i dont want chrome on my car

They sell carbon fiber inserts for the scoops , on trufiber or carbon driven.

Or just get 03-04 Cobra inserts

Hood scoop but a after market one , or just drill it out.
Or upgrade to a cowl hood
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