You like louvers...
I was talking with Paul Brown of Tiger Racing, about his 05-09 bodystyle racing hoods.
He now has them for newer 2010 and up models, as well.
I like the look, but the stripes to be added are gonna be a pain,
but still do-able(I'd go with painting the stripes).
Here's a few photos of the hood unpainted, and on on a 05-09 mustang so you can see the fit.
***** 2005 Roush Stage 2 (horsepower modified) *****
2005 Driver X Roush, Driven by winner Erik Darnell, and now
driven in memory of Lee Anne Darnell*****
That is an AWESOME hood!!!
I want one!!! But what happens with WA weather and all the rain? Will the engine get drenched and spark plugs start swimming?
Another question, will it fit with our superchargers; M90 or TVS...?
All the GT-500's from 2007 and up all have heat extractor hood vents. I see nothing at all to stop rain water from pouring into them. I agree, they look real cool...*BUT I don't want a ton of water on everything.....esp the main wiring harness. You get water into those 3 x big ECU plug assy's, or anywhere else, and you are just asking for trouble. Either intermittent electrical faults and or loads of corrosion and rust. A local buddy decided to clean his engine bay and motor with a garden hose + sprayer... on his Volvo. We spent months de-bugging it, never again.
Here's the ones I've really liked and would maybe, someday, have put on a different hood just for track weekends. These were installed on Supersnakes 427RTP by CarFX back in early 2010 I believe...after he smashed up his other car at Barber during Mustangs 45th Anniversary.
You should never take life so seriously that you forget to play