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Hidden categories: Articles lacking sources from October All articles lacking sources. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. PR-9 L scoops are still in great demand. Unlimited Products has the best molds in the industry for this scoop. Open in the rear to act as a cowl induction scoop, it offers air intake from the high pressure area at the base of the windshield.
Most customizers mold this scoop directly to the hood. It can also be riveted or bolted to the hood. Overall width including flange is 27 inches. PR Open front and back, this two piece snorkel scoop offers 5 inches overall height. Scoop base has flange for bolting or molding into hood. Scoop top is separate included and has full internal base flange for mounting to the upper portion of the base.
These internal flanges allow use of an air pan kit for proper sealing of air intake. Windshield snorkels are necessary when engine is moved back. The scoop can be positioned near the windshield to take advantage of the high pressure at the windshield base. This angle puts the front of the scoop at 9 inches above the hood and the rear will be 6 inches high. This also allows the scoop to be used on cars with a great deal of rake. Designed to be mounted to carburetor air pan tray.
Opening is 45 square inches. Rounded inlet provides for maximum air intake. Aerodynamic shape reduces drag. Contoured rear interior helps to maintain air flow. TOP-1 This scoop "top" can be purchased separately. It is the top section of the standard snorkel scoop. Unlimited's snorkel scoop tops offer flared inlet for maximum air intake and to give support to the front edge of the scoop opening.
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Still, when Jake does start preparing to put out his music, he knows the vibe he wants. The hood scoop shown here was only offered on the Corvette for a single year exclusively on cars equipped with the engine option. As you can probably guess, original '67 cars with this scoop are now incredibly desirable. Unlike most hood scoops, which pop out then eventually blend back or curve into the hood, the GT Super Snake's wide, thin scoop spans the entire length of the hood, from nose to windshield.
This one's in good condition, and you can own it today. The holes in the hood of the latest GT2 RS aren't for the engine remember, it's in the back. The NACA ducts you see here actually channel air to the front brakes for cooling. Here's one with low miles up for bidding on eBay now. Like the , the two massive ducts in the P1's hood aren't for the engine—they're for aerodynamics. Air travels from the slit at the bottom of the front bumper up through the hood to create a downforce effect on the front axle, allowing for more grip and stability at high speeds.
They're two of ten total NACA ducts scattered around the exterior of the car. They can help to make the vehicle look like more of a performance vehicle, and the popularity of decorative scoops has led to more manufacturers including them on non-performance models. Please enter the following code:. Login: Forgot password?Whether you’re looking to cram your engine with more power-building air or just want to give your vehicle a performance makeover, we’ve got the hood scoop to get the job done. Shop steel, carbon fiber, and fiberglass hood scoops from Harwood, Goodmark, OER, .