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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 01-09-2008, 02:51 PM Thread Starter
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Cool Hood scoop or new Hood

Is it better to get a nonfunctional hood scoop or a new hood with a functional scoop? Just wondering because I don't know how it would look does anyone have a nonfunctional hood scoop on their balt? I guess it probably doesnt make much of a difference but I just wonder how it looks. Thanks Guys

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Well IMO it depends on the scoop, some scoops look good on some cars, while others look like crap. as far as the non-functional part, that can be fixed by cutting a whole in the hood, under the scoop. I myself, I want the carbon fiber hood with the scoop, but i cant afford it right now. anyway just my two cents worth.

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Definitely save up and spend the money on the new hood. There's no point in a non-functional hood scoop.


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yea i agree ...if your going to do it do it right



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depends...are you going more for the style. cause it's just some times a good look. if you get a small slotted scoop you can get inserts and you can't tell. It's a money saver if you want it now. personally it depends on how you go with it. good idea to save the money and get a functional one.

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i would save the money ..if you want a bolt on hoods scoop to look right it does require body work



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save your money. the only reason I'd ever go with a non functional hood scoop is if I was going for a certin look and couldn't find anything else. but there are a lot of hoods out the for the cobalt. A few members have tryed to get a group buy on hoods.

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I have the same hood as posted above. Its functional, but only at cooling the engine bay. Honestly If you can deal with having a non functional scoop, I say do it. You'll save yourself a few hundred dollars.



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I have the same hood as posted above. Its functional, but only at cooling the engine bay. Honestly If you can deal with having a non functional scoop, I say do it. You'll save yourself a few hundred dollars.
I don't disagree with you but He has to understand that it is a lot of work. he has to get it painted too.

Don't let this change your mind just because it's a lot of work doesn't mean you can't or shouldn't do it. You just have to know what you're getting into.

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