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Striker Oct 26, 11:18pm - #55963 

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Hood Scoop

Anyone know of where to get a larger Hood scoop and what's one's are good. Also is there any engine benefit from this or just looks?

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BReakinDrifTs Oct 26, 11:26pm - #55964 
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getting a larger scoop is mostly for looks. It does help cool air flow into the engine better, but thats about it I guess. grin
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IcEd blUe Oct 26, 11:32pm - #55965 

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Evan Oct 27, 1:54am - #55966 

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Originally Posted by IcEd blUe

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ct Oct 27, 4:57pm - #55967 

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Originally Posted by cooltoy2000


a sport M hodscoope replica? wow. eekIT LOOKS GREAT i'd love to get it. but at 250 bucks canadaian? that's kinda pricey. i wouldn't spend more than 150 for an unpainted hoodscoop rice

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cooltoy2000 Oct 27, 7:38pm - #55968 

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$150 US or $150 Canadian?
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ct Oct 27, 8:11pm - #55969 

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Originally Posted by cooltoy2000
$150 US or $150 Canadian?


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cooltoy2000 Oct 27, 8:44pm - #55970 

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Sorry man. I did not set the price. But cosidering it is a rare scoop an extra $40 over the $150 you want to spend is not bad. An actual TRD Sport M scoop will cost over $500 US after shipping and taxes from Japan.
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ct Oct 27, 10:20pm - #55971 

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Originally Posted by cooltoy2000
Sorry man. I did not set the price. But cosidering it is a rare scoop an extra $40 over the $150 you want to spend is not bad. An actual TRD Sport M scoop will cost over $500 US after shipping and taxes from Japan.


is it painted? and is it 190 shipped? confused
because if it is i might consider it. i mean no one else has it and the authentic is like 300 bucks more... eek

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UFCELI Oct 27, 10:22pm - #55972 

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It's not painted, also Im not sure If they have any left. They were only making scoops for the people that signed up.

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aspen Oct 27, 10:46pm - #55973 

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or you can get it on this web site www.brashboy.net thumbsup

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cooltoy2000 Oct 27, 10:48pm - #55974 

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It's not painted, but is of such quality that no prep work should be needed.
$250 Canadian (which works out to about 190 US, depending on the rate on particular day) was the GB price. They will make more as orders come in. I am not sure what the regular price is going to be. The shop just wants to complete the GB orders and go from there. I will know in a couple of weeks. They can also make them in Carbon Fiber and colored Kevlar (red/black, yellow/black and blue/black). those are more money. Stay tuned I guess.
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cooltoy2000 Oct 27, 10:55pm - #55975 

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Originally Posted by aspen
or you can get it on this web site www.brashboy.net thumbsup


The Brash Boy scoop is similar in shape to TRD M but taller. I contacted them when I was looking for a TRD M, thinking that it was the same. They gave me dimensions, that's how I know it's height. It is certainly an excelent alternative, but wa too agressive (height wise for my liking) plus it was in the same price range as getting a TRD M scoop. Anything coming out of Japan gets dutied to the wazzoo. And as we all know that's what makes JDM stuff so expensive.
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cooltoy2000 Oct 27, 11:05pm - #55976 

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Here is BrashBoy. It is listed at $189 US for a FG one, same as the one we are having made, but shipping and duties out of Japan will probably double the cost.

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Here is the one we are having made. As you can see it is lower. The shop sculpted it from pictures and dimensions I provided directly from TRD in Japan. Shipping should not be anymore then $15, I would guess.

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aspen Oct 28, 9:28am - #55977 

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thats the one i just bought actually the C1 type ! thumbsupi already got it!no worries for shipping and handling i got it myself(im in Japan right now!)only worries you gonna have is how to talk to Japanese who works there NO OFFFENCE but its just so hard to communicate with them but its all good! grin thier preety good how to handle customer service!

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