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post #1 of 27 Old 10-05-2006, 06:47 PM Thread Starter
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My car with new scoop

I just took a few quick pics this morning to show off my new scoop.




Now I can utilize the surface area of the TXS TMIC

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Nice! Ties in the rims and side skirt well.
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it definately goes well with your rims and skirt, looks good man keep up the good work.

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Thanks guys.

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where did youpick it up at?
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where did youpick it up at?
I believe it is a Seibon hood scoop. I bought it off a guy that had the whole carbon fiber hood and hit a deer. The scoop was the only part of the hood that could be saved. He sold it to me for $100. I just couldn't pass on it.

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Can't go wrong there. +1 for cheap parts!
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No doubt cheap good quality parts are the best!
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looks nice dude, good pick up

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Clearing out and painting your headlight would go well with your current color scheme.

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Clearing out and painting your headlight would go well with your current color scheme.
+eleventybillion

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uuhh, like this?


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A little darker.

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Clearing out and painting your headlight would go well with your current color scheme.
I would love to but I am sure that would violate PA law somehow. I will be looking into it. Someone told me we are allowed to have 70% tint and I thought we weren't allowed to have any. Maybe I am wrong about the headlights too. That would rock!

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uuhh, like this?

That looks good, but a little darker would be cool.

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