Show me your hood vents


01TJ-Blues

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How effective or attractive this scoop is can be debated but here’s what came with mine. I’d probably remove it if it weren’t for the hole it’d leave.

No idea who makes it and have only found a picture of one other Jeep with the same scoop.
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How effective or attractive this scoop is can be debated but here’s what came with mine. I’d probably remove it if it weren’t for the hole it’d leave.

No idea who makes it and have only found a picture of one other Jeep with the same scoop.
That looks like a mid 80s Ford Mustang GT hood scoop.
 

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So these are not cool or functional anymore? I cut a lot of hood away to be uncool.....

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This was a unique area, lots of airflow on both sides of fender. This is open due to the type of fender. I put in a steering cooler in the open spot due to the flow.

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Well, there is that. You could at least read it, even if you couldn't understand it!
i too am grateful that we are finally healing and moving forward from the discord incurred by my unjustifiably diatribitic passage...thank god my closing sentence basically is a jeep thing:run whatever color melts your butter and to heck with what anyone thinks of it
 

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AEV Hood with 2014 Mustang GT vents added on the side. In my defence I did this when the hood wasn't unobtainium! Still happy with the look.

Placed them with 3D scanning to make sure I was happy with it. We actually re-shaped the hood to recess the metal where the vents sit so the end result is they're flush.

Definitely glad I went body colour with them.

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sycboi

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AEV Hood with 2014 Mustang GT vents added on the side. In my defence I did this when the hood wasn't unobtainium! Still happy with the look.

Placed them with 3D scanning to make sure I was happy with it. We actually re-shaped the hood to recess the metal where the vents sit so the end result is they're flush.

Definitely glad I went body colour with them.

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Wow, you did an excellent job on your hood. I really like the outcome, clean…
 
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zebra12

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For those that used the 5.9 ZJ vents, how much did you cut the hood for the vents? The factory holes are below.

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AEV Hood with 2014 Mustang GT vents added on the side. In my defence I did this when the hood wasn't unobtainium! Still happy with the look.

Placed them with 3D scanning to make sure I was happy with it. We actually re-shaped the hood to recess the metal where the vents sit so the end result is they're flush.

Definitely glad I went body colour with them.

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This is very well done. Thanks for sharing.
 
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UKTJ

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Punctuation, use of spaces, correct sentence structure (including capitalization), and use of paragraphs aids others to understand the gibberish. I see none of that!
As the list in the first part of the first sentence contains items that are not a single word I think it would be better to use semi colons as separators rather than commas. Glasshouses and all that ;)
 
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UKTJ

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AEV Hood with 2014 Mustang GT vents added on the side. In my defence I did this when the hood wasn't unobtainium! Still happy with the look.

Placed them with 3D scanning to make sure I was happy with it. We actually re-shaped the hood to recess the metal where the vents sit so the end result is they're flush.

Definitely glad I went body colour with them.

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I think that is probably the best looking bonnet (hood) I have ever seen on a TJ.
 
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