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i have the ss hood on my z28 and i dont know if the guy didnt put it on right or what but on the driver side front it kinda sticks up a little bit.. kind of annoying but i dont know how to fix it.. anyone have any ideas? could take a pic n post it if needed or if anyone wants one
p.s. was on the car when i bought it lol
My buddy bought an aftermarket ram air style hood and he has the same exact problem. The one side sticks up enough to notice. Ashame since he paid an arm and a leg for it.
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__________________ '94 Z/28-A4, 3:23s, MQBM, hardtop, chrome 17x9 ZR1s, K&N CAI, !cat SOLD 12/14/12 '98 ZX2-RIP 12/3/12 '03 Stratus ES-down for repairs. (It's a Dodge, what do you expect?) '99 Lumina-Our current family DD.
I'm an SS hood fan. The cowl hoods to me just don't look good. I did buy an aftermarket SS hood and have the same problem that some of you were talking about where the drivers side sticks up a little, just enough to bug you. Oh well...
Im a fan of the ss hood. i got mine from rksport. i cant post pics while im at work but i do have some posted in my album.
95 z28- 6 spd, edelbrock headers, flowmaster exhaust, k&n fipk, hypertech programmer, 160 stat, and 180k miles and counting.
2005 dodge ram rumblebee #1511- pretty much exact same bolt ons w/way less miles.
I have the Harwood Cowl induction hood. I chose it for 2 reasons: 1. everyone and their brother has/had and SS hood. 2. It was a quality hood from Harwood and I bought it through a local speed shop. So if it didn't fit or was cracked or something, I didn't have to pay a cent for it.
It's in my sig pic. Also, I have a Cardomain page with a larger pic on it.
1995 Camaro Z28 - 6 speed, T-top Conversion, CAI, Air Foil, TB Bypass, 160* T-stat, manual overide fan switch, J&M SFC's, Flowmaster ### 1989 IROC-Z - L98, auto - Stock restoration in progress