help picking out a hood

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  1. alex302

    alex302 Active Member

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    Well im in the market for a new hood before i paint the car, i love and want to fined a S281 saleen style heat extractor hood from a good company that doesn't need a ton of hours to fit and make look good. plus any other style suggestions would be cool but im no a fan of huge cowl hoods more of a stock size or just 1-2 inches... Thanks
     
  2. Musturd

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    I have no use for my cobra hood, it doesn't close anymore
     
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    5-oh-MUSTANG Well-Known Member

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    Go 2000 cobra r hood. Looks amazing. If i ever find one local id buy it.

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    95opal Well-Known Member

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    Alex good choice lol
    Tough hood to find as not to many companies produce it harwood calls theres a formula style linked below.
    Mine was baught almost 10 years ago when ABC was still a reliable company, heard they have since went down hill at least that's what the interwebs tells me lol.
    Cervinis also makes one but its more of a termi hood for the 94-98 cars, a bit to square for our cars in my opinion.
    Not sure if keanen is producing one but you might want to check them out.
    I know killer canary purchased one a while back but I don't remember where or who produced it. I do know he wasn't thrilled as the underside wasn't smooth.

    http://www.eharwood.com/catalog.php?id=418

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  5. Orange 94

    Orange 94 Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    +1 for 00 style cobra R from cervinis.
     
  6. Musturd

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    Hell yea that's what I'm buying .
     
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    Cervinis FTW
     
  8. alex302

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    Thanks, the 2000 R hood is very nice going to see what i can fined
     
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    cervini is ok. Little overpriced IMO.
    It fits OPs request since it is smaller than other 00R hoods like mine which is functional

    But my vote goes to the heat extractor like Opal or the 00R
     
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  11. alex302

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