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Old 06-10-2014, 11:59 AM
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Originally Posted by '11G37S View Post
You be the judge. Go for a drive with it on and then come home and take the hood liner off and go back out. The best part is that it's easily reversible if you want to put it back on.
Yeah, looks like it's going to need to come off, to give it subjective try. "How much HP do you think this will net"?
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Old 06-10-2014, 12:02 PM
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Originally Posted by warped ideas View Post
Yeah, looks like it's going to need to come off, to give it subjective try. "How much HP do you think this will net"?
It won't net you as much HP as adding a turbo badge would.
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Old 06-10-2014, 12:05 PM
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So lets see.

Intake sounds better - check
possible lower engine bay temps - check
weight savings, haha - check


Downside would be what? You have to find a place to store it....
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Originally Posted by WillCo1 View Post
Downside would be what? You have to find a place to store it....
Mine's in the attic, with a growing pile of OEM parts.

Hood liner, springs, catalytic converters, air-intakes, wheels...

No, wait. Duckfeet are in the garage. LOL
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Old 06-10-2014, 12:24 PM
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I was supposed to store it?
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Old 06-10-2014, 12:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Rochester View Post
Mine's in the attic, with a growing pile of OEM parts.

Hood liner, springs, catalytic converters, air-intakes, wheels...

No, wait. Duckfeet are in the garage. LOL

You guys with houses are lucky.

I've ended up with car parts stored at work, at friends houses, in the trunk, left at the shop etc..

Add to that the fact that I move a lot, so I always keep that in mind when considering new wheels and tires- or something else that would leave me with something huge to store.
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Originally Posted by WillCo1 View Post
You guys with houses are lucky.
Well, Dorthy, it's not like it just dropped out of the sky one day. You work hard, and make good choices.

There are negatives, too, you know. Repairs, taxes, the lawn... As I type this, there's a plumber in the kitchen putting in a new disposal, and then he goes to work on the shower. Plumber fees... ouch!

(Digress)
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Well, Dorthy, it's not like it just dropped out of the sky one day. You work hard, and make good choices.

There are negatives, too, you know. Repairs, taxes, the lawn... As I type this, there's a plumber in the kitchen putting in a new disposal, and then he goes to work on the shower. Plumber fees... ouch!

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I thought you got rid of your lawn, ya know kids and all
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I heard if you remove your carpets you'll go faster
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I heard if you remove your carpets you'll go faster
Am I the only one who found that suggestively hilarious? Head's always in the gutter, man.
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LOLL glad someone's on the same page as I
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Ok so I'll chime in a little a removed mine on my coupe when I was supercharged I also ofcourse didn't have one when I had my CF hood I've been thinking of taking it off on my sedan now with the summer here so may do this again . I also removed those goofy tubes on the intake boxes . I really don't know if the sound is any louder but I just did t like them lol
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