Thanks, Seibon uses one sheet to do the entire hood, an oem type latch bar, and a support skeleton. My black tail lights are supposed to be here by Friday.gsxtuner said:lookin sexy! im a fan of an all blacked out car though lol. looks like a great quality CF too
I stopped at 105 because I'm on Essenzas (Goodyear made) tires that came with my wheels, and they aren't rated for what I used to do on my last tires. Maybe you can enlighten me. I guess I was misinformed, but I was told that the TS had vent hole caps/covers you could remove? Mine just has mesh.crowebar said:Yup our hood rocks man, I have got mine up to 118 and it didnt wooble either.
It's straight, and turned out fine. Left it black primer. Was supposed to get $250 for it. I'll let any of the track nuts have it for $150 just to get it out of the garage. 3" rise. I mounted it the right way; one layer of glass between the scoop and the hood, extra rivets all the way around, molded with fiberglass, and very, very little bondo so it won't crack.MrPhotoman said:How much for the cowl hood and how did it turn out? is it nice and straight?
I had filed and dremeled the bottom of the 4 holes in the latch to slide it up high enough to secure it tightly w/o stressing the hood. I'm using one stock hood shock for now until I replace them with 15-20lb shocks. That's about it.speedy said:how hard was the install? Did you run into any problems after you finally got it?