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Old 12-17-2016, 09:06 AM   #1
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New Cervini Stalker II Hood

Thought I'd share an early present I received thanks to my wife, LMR and Black Friday! I'm pleasantly surprised at the finish of the hood. Other than a couple rub marks from packaging on the front edge, the top and bottom seem to be flawless. I'm no pro body guy so I'll update that statement once the body shop goes over it. Nice detailed sticker on prepping the hood too. The vents needed some refining as some spots looked like it was chiseled out of a mold but nothing a file and sanding couldn't easily take care of.
One thing I'm contemplating, is cutting the trays under the extractor vents. Cervini says it won't compromise the integrity of the hood. I know they're there to direct water between the engine and fender but the small hole in the tray seems restrictive. Thinking I can fab an abs cover for when I wash the car or the off chance I get caught in the rain. Problem is the vents are secured with auto tape and the rim they sit on is pretty thin.
No screen is offered for the ram air nor are there provisions for hood struts FYI. Click image for larger version

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ID:	211785The hood is heavier than stock but I haven't weighed either.
Overall the fit is fantastic too! I may try to squeeze the fenders in a little but I'll wait until the hood is painted and on first.
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I have the Type VI Ram Air hood and it also has the small slots for the vents. I got to see how well they worked the other day when I went to work and the car was froze over.

When I got to work, which is only about 5 miles or less, the hood was still covered with frost, except around the vents. Nice and thawed.
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Very nice! I've wanted that hood since I got my car, too broke for it though =[] I hate how expensive the ram air connection is

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Looks great. I just got rear ended into another car last week. Body shop is ordering one of these for me instead of a stocker. So excited.
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What a beautiful hood. My paint gun finger is twitching just looking at the pictures! Are you sure you don't want to paint it yourself ? Long,very flat surfaces should be easy to prep/paint/color sand and polish.
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Very nice! I've wanted that hood since I got my car, too broke for it though =[] I hate how expensive the ram air connection is
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Yeah, I knew I wanted some sort of functional scooped hood too. I like that there's an option for the ram air to the air box. With the big CAI, i had idle issues with the Saleen grill due to too much air.

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Looks great. I just got rear ended into another car last week. Body shop is ordering one of these for me instead of a stocker. So excited.
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What a beautiful hood. My paint gun finger is twitching just looking at the pictures! Are you sure you don't want to paint it yourself ? Long,very flat surfaces should be easy to prep/paint/color sand and polish.
I'm sure I could but I don't need another hobby, set of tools etc, lol.
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God I want this hood so bad....Even though I only have a Sixxer but still want it!
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A man can never have too many hobbies, toys or tools!
I agree...until you have too many kids lol!
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Looks Real Good , Nice Hood , My Wife has a GT 500 Hood on her 06 convertable , it has slots also , they work well & dont seem to let much of the weather in .
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Great LQQKIN Hood!! I WANT ONE!!!
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As everyone else has replied - great looking hood. I have had it on my mod list for over a year but just not pulled the trigger yet since such has not made it to the top yet. Look forward to seeing later posts on the final result once completed. Definitely keep me informed on the whole experience. Good Luck. Oh by the way - you have a keeper for a wife, I am having issues convincing the boss of my household funds to purchase such item.
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As everyone else has replied - great looking hood. I have had it on my mod list for over a year but just not pulled the trigger yet since such has not made it to the top yet. Look forward to seeing later posts on the final result once completed. Definitely keep me informed on the whole experience. Good Luck. Oh by the way - you have a keeper for a wife, I am having issues convincing the boss of my household funds to purchase such item.
Ha! I do have a keeper but other than buying the car, this is the first "approved" mod lol! If she knew everything...
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Update with some progress pics.
Cut the trays off easy enough with an air cut off tool. Noticed the top of the hood and bottom are not connected or tied together right in this area. Essentially it is two separate molded pieces fitted together. Went back n forth on wether to fiberglass it in or use epoxy. Decided on epoxy To bond the top and bottom together to eliminate vibrations that might eventually crack the filler. So mixed some up, roughed up the work area and worked the epoxy between the top and bottom around the cut and let it cure. I didn't clamp it as I didn't want to distort the hood and the epoxy specifically states clamping isn't necessary. I then switched to epoxy putty to fill and contour. Disclaimer: I don't know if this will last, even though both epoxy and putty are for use on fiberglass. If I have to do it over next winter, so be it. I'll post those pics after a final sanding but it's looking decent.
I did some experimenting on fitting covers for the vents and different ways of attaching them. I decided on using T nuts on the underside in two locations and put a couple thumb screws together. Lowes supplied the parts including the Hillman hole plugs.
So on a normal day the vents will look as they came from Cervini, except there will be two 3/16" plugs in each vent. I originally tried a fabricated U bolt style fastener but upon tightening the thumb nuts, it seemed to warp the vents. The vents are secured by tape so I wasn't comfortable with any warping.
When I rains or I wash the car, I'll pop off the 4 plugs, using my specifically designed tool (finish nail with the end ground flat lol) and place the covers on secured by 4 thumb screws. For now I'm using thin window seal for a seal between the covers and vents but may just go with felt.Click image for larger version

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Yeah, about Cervini's....I'm in a PayPal battle with them currently over this piece of crap. Holes pretty deep into the fiberglass.

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Wow! That sucks! Was that due to shipping?
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Wow! That sucks! Was that due to shipping?

Partially. The hood wasn't protected whatsoever in the box it was shipped in. I'm surprised there wasn't more damage. I have a claim in as we speak with PayPal because Cervini's basically told me to kick rocks.


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Partially. The hood wasn't protected whatsoever in the box it was shipped in. I'm surprised there wasn't more damage. I have a claim in as we speak with PayPal because Cervini's basically told me to kick rocks.


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Did you purchase directly through cervini? I went through AM just for that reason.
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Did you purchase directly through cervini? I went through AM just for that reason.

AM doesn't offer the 4 inch cowl, otherwise I would. I did purchase through Cervini's...


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LQQKS Great With The Vents In, Doin Similar With My Stock 2000 Mustang Hood. Nice Job!
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Got mine back today!Click image for larger version

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More Pics and a lot of explaining

Nice Cardweezy! Way to make me rush my job! LOL
Finished up the epoxy and filling with epoxy putty around the vents. I set the cut out tray next to the vent hole in the first pic.
Been working mostly on the intake screen. That's the rough shape with screen on it in the last pic. The backside of the air intake scoop is not flush on all planes. I had marked out and cut a piece of aluminum from 1/4" flat stock thinking it would just sit flush...nope. Hard to explain exactly but top and bottom of the cut out (and the frame for the vent screen) sit forward/back from each other slightly. To make things worse (for me), I used T-nuts on either side of the scoop opening so I could screw the frame/screen into the hood. It's hollow inside the space to either side of the scoop opening so I drilled the center hole and the holes for the "legs" on the T-nuts. I then used epoxy to secure them but there was either resin or frame inside one side that the T-nut hit so it didn't sit completely flush. It's close, but I spent way too much time bending, grinding, twisting, flexing and sanding that little aluminum frame to get it to sit flat all the way around the opening.
I used a piece of $3 gutter screen from Home Depot (the one time they actually had what I was looking for) as the actual screen. Trimmed it to size and going to epoxy it onto the frame. Then the whole thing will be secured with a screw on either side. I tried a piece of screen that wrapped around the top of the frame but opted not to use it (3rd pic). Would've been more involved getting it to fit right.
There was a bit more flex in the center of the screen when pushing from the outside, so I also epoxied an "L" shaped piece of aluminum to the underside of the hood. That way the screen/frame can slide in place and be wedged at the top center as well as being screwed at either side. I thought to make the "L" piece long enough so I could drill/tap it and the screen frame, thereby allowing the "L" piece to be screwed to the screen frame, but I'm too concerned with flexing of the hood over time cracking the epoxy, so I left it as you see it.
I took a few different angle so you can see just how not perfect the hood is. Maybe this is why Cervini doesn't offer a screen? Maybe it'll all crack and fall into my serpentine belt while I'm on the highway? Who knows? I did think of building up the inside edges to be perfect but that would've taken as much or more time and then no one would believe me when I said I did it. Think anyone will believe I did this? LMAO! Besides, it'll be overlooked with the hood up.
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Looking from left and right of the screen with the frame/screen screwed on. You can see how complex that frame had to be manipulated to sit flat along the whole length/width of the opening. If it didn't sit flat, there would've been tension on the screws and I do not want tension and vibration working on that hardware sitting above the belt/pulleys.

A side shot without the screen/frame so you can see the "L" piece where the frame is wedged/held in place.

And looking straight down at the "L" piece. I drilled two holes in the base of the "L" to allow more area for the epoxy to hold. Then built up around it with epoxy putty after the epoxy dried.
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Wow, lot of work. That's going to look killer.
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Just purchased my hood =]

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Did you buy it painted?
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No. Shop here will paint it for 200 so going that route

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$200!?! Who do you know!?! Cheapest I could find was $800 plus tax!
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I went to this guy for other stuff on past car. Dont think he remembered me but he was fair priced and recommended by many. I brought my car with old hood that has holes from scoop from previous owner and he told me 400ish to fix current hood but said just buy a new one and ill do it for 200. I asked if he would just do the top and he said nah top and bottom for that. We also talked mustangs and about doing qmile pulls around our town

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Anyone use hood pins with this hood? I dont care for the look of them on street cars really but my buddy had his CF hood fly up on him on the highway after his hood had been securely on for a few months. Found some upr billet universal pins for 20 I might try out

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Congrats on the New Hood. That's really great that you wanted to share this with everyone. I'll pick it up for my share time, 3rd week in May.
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Old 02-19-2017, 06:57 AM   #34
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Anyone use hood pins with this hood? I dont care for the look of them on street cars really but my buddy had his CF hood fly up on him on the highway after his hood had been securely on for a few months. Found some upr billet universal pins for 20 I might try out

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What brand hood was that Grim? Cervini says hood pins aren't needed but no one wants their hood flying up! I'm debating what kind of loctite the hood latch/catch bolts should get. Like most things tinkered with, I tend to be pretty anal about checking bolt tightness for some time after until I'm confident they won't be coming loose. I don't think I'm going to use hood pins.
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Congrats on the New Hood. That's really great that you wanted to share this with everyone. I'll pick it up for my share time, 3rd week in May.
If by share time you mean stop by for a test drive ok. I don't let many ppl drive her but a fellow mustanger, sure. Just be aware that I reserve the right to drive my knuckle into your temple if you do stupid s7!t and full on beat @ss afterward too...which may involve a taser and pepper spray but no sharp objects. In case you're a beast ya know. Lol
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