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Old 03-08-2014, 12:08 PM   #1
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Hoods done!!!

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And all I can say is damn lol next weekend is black roof ,black gt500 spoiler, and gloss black amr rims .
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Dang that hood looks excellent.
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That's a sweet looking hood, can't wait to see it after the other work is done.
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Looks awesome dude nice work. I just go my cervini ram air hood installed aswell. Just waiting for some nice weather to get her out of storage
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Looks nice man! You painting the roof or doing vinyl?
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Thanks for all compliments doing vinyl roof and rocker stripes . Also think going to order black gt500 spoiler and put a white gurne flap on it
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Hood looks good, upgrading to a blower soon or just for looks ?
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...Just waiting for some nice weather to get her out of storage
I feel so bad for all of you who can't drive your cars year round.
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I feel so bad for all of you who can't drive your cars year round.

Only advantage is we keep the miles down (put 10k on last year), but I'd rather be driving it...
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I drove all through the Chicago winter which was one of the worst in our history just fine on the stock tires muahaha
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I drove all through the Chicago winter which was one of the worst in our history just fine on the stock tires muahaha

My issue is salt.
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Only advantage is we keep the miles down (put 10k on last year), but I'd rather be driving it...
I put 11K on mine driving them all year. I agree, salt is a killer. I thought they had stopped using that for some new non corrosive chemical. At least that's what they have done here in Texas for the three days a year that it is required.
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I washed it all off everyday . It's doable just have to make sure you clean it . I don't pay a car note for it to sit in the garage lol but your undercarriage will be cleaner then mine in 10 years lol
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Love the look man! Agree with allot of those above. Live in Naples FL and feel for you guys who cant DD all year.
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lol thanks and ya wish I lived somewhere warm but hell I have a ball in empty parking lots in winter lol
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I put 11K on mine driving them all year. I agree, salt is a killer. I thought they had stopped using that for some new non corrosive chemical. At least that's what they have done here in Texas for the three days a year that it is required.

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Looks great! Is the black on the side of the cowl painted or vinyl? If it is vinyl where did you purchase it from? Thanks
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Hoods done!!!

Painted and thank you
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My 2013 gt track pack with Brembo package, with a gt hood and front end mods. Love the two tone hood

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I think a cowl needs two tone esp on white car didn't want it to blend in with car
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Awesome! Looks great!!
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Old 03-10-2014, 03:46 PM   #22
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2013 Black with Ram air

First off I love my Ram Air Hood..I bought the Ram Air hood from Cervini, had to wait a few months for the hood, another few Weeks for a set of painted Heat vents due to error on the website and then ...soon had a problem with Cracks. I had problems getting this hood as you know can tell..
It took a while to work out the issue with Cervini, but they finally did send a new one but have not had time to swap. I had to got to body shop to prove it was not impact damage. (Original Body shop Closed by the time they sent new hood. I dont trust the new owners)
Looks killer on the car. I want to add something to keep junk from getting under the opening since they are somewhat large.
So I need to see what I can use to glue or stick fine mesh to the ports after I paint them Black.... I also have to swap the heat vents off the old hood, hopeing not to break them..
Looking to put purple stripping on the car after the replacement.
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Looks sweet. That's the issue I have with the open 500 grill I'm worried that a rock is going to get to the radiator.

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