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need a C/F hood, any suggestions? #46606 Sep 19, 8:54pm Sep 19, 8:54pm
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need a C/F hood, any suggestions?
any suggestions on what kind of Hood i should go with, i currently have a veilside kit on right now and i really wanted the new veilside Hood that they just recently came out with but they dont have any plans on coming out with any in c/f right now. and another thing i dont want anything too aggressive.

Re: need a C/F hood, any suggestions? [Re: antonio83] #46607 Sep 19, 9:08pm Sep 19, 9:08pm
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i reckon the best Hood to get would be one that looks exatcly like a sotck Hood but in Carbon Fiber. Maybe with a Carbon Fiber raised hoodscoop. but thats my 2 cents.

Are your sure veilside not gonna come up with a carbon fiber version of the bonnet? coz i was hoping that they were...

Re: need a C/F hood, any suggestions? [Re: antonio83] #46608 Sep 19, 9:15pm Sep 19, 9:15pm
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well if you want something not to0 aggressive i would go with the BRS Hood::

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Re: need a C/F hood, any suggestions? [Re: antonio83] #46609 Sep 19, 9:18pm Sep 19, 9:18pm
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yeah i sure , i sent them an email about a month ago and they said no cause it would be too expensive, they said it would cost about 4000 american

Re: need a C/F hood, any suggestions? [Re: antonio83] #46610 Sep 19, 9:24pm Sep 19, 9:24pm
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there are many choices, but try to get the good company, because some don't fit right and the fiber is messed up.
Fiberimage - $600, O.E.Tuning - $700, VISRacing $400,
I would highly recommand fiberimage, because i had visracing and there were some messed up fibers and fiberimage has more solid and cleaner looking Hood. so i got fiberimage Hood for free, due to an accident =)
if you want more info hit me up

Re: need a C/F hood, any suggestions? [Re: antonio83] #46611 Sep 19, 9:25pm Sep 19, 9:25pm
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an OEM style Carbon Fiber Hood or the BRS will look awesome! grin


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