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Old 03-08-2008, 01:36 PM   #1
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How can I make my hood scoop functional when installing it?
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How can I make my hood scoop functional when installing it?
By cutting a hole in your hood.
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The only way to really make it functional is to have engine bay heat vent out the back.
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Oh well I thought there was more to it but I was already going to do that
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But really. If your thinking about forced air to your intake. Wont really help. I belive you need to be going around 125 to overcome the supercharger and actually have an effect. You best bet with that is heat removal from the engine bay.
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Or the same topic here that the topic author is already very familiar with.
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