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removing the hoodscoop #445434 Apr 18, 4:54pm Apr 18, 4:54pm
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removing the hoodscoop
hey

how hard is it to remove the factory hoodscoop to install a raised one??

how would i exactly do this..i dont have access to my car right now but i really need to know...\

thanks alot

Re: removing the hoodscoop [Re: silvergts] #445435 Apr 18, 4:55pm Apr 18, 4:55pm
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havnt looked but i can guess that you A. pop the Hood B. unscrew bolts under Hood.


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Re: removing the hoodscoop [Re: Eman] #445436 Apr 18, 5:01pm Apr 18, 5:01pm
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there are only 4 bolts holding it on... so just pop the Hood and unscrew


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Re: removing the hoodscoop [Re: spyder00367] #445437 Apr 18, 5:11pm Apr 18, 5:11pm
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4 bolts. Be careful not to drop them since they can go like anywhere and are a bitch to retrieve.

Re: removing the hoodscoop [Re: robare99] #445438 Apr 18, 5:14pm Apr 18, 5:14pm
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place a huge tarpe over your engine if you get paranoid, unscrew away.


What I need to get is a silver gt right? Then I can try and be fast...right?
Re: removing the hoodscoop [Re: robare99] #445439 Apr 18, 5:16pm Apr 18, 5:16pm
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loosen 4 nuts. keep ur other hand palm underneath so just incase it falls.
as for the stock hoodscoop, unscrew the nuts and pull the hoodscoop up while the Hood is down. the scoop will pop out the Hood cz its clipped from the middle.

Re: removing the hoodscoop [Re: stefanoc] #445440 Apr 18, 8:35pm Apr 18, 8:35pm
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what they said, you need a 10 mm racket thingy, the raised Hood bolt may be bigger

Re: removing the hoodscoop [Re: g96818] #445441 Apr 18, 10:52pm Apr 18, 10:52pm
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