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Was thinking about getting a hellcat hood and decided to do something different. Trackspec has a variety of different heat extractor designs depending on application and vehicle type. I went with the universal T1 center hood vent. Took about 3 hours. Pretty simple. Take your time getting template laid out and be careful cutting. I used a cutoff wheel, hack saw blade to hand cut corners, rivet gun, tape measure, sharpie and grease pencil.
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Looks great!
Had a 72 Dart show car that had 240 hand-cut 2" wide louvres in the hood and 3 grand of chrome under it.
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Was thinking about getting a hellcat hood and decided to do something different. Trackspec has a variety of different heat extractor designs depending on application and vehicle type. I went with the universal T1 center hood vent. Took about 3 hours. Pretty simple. Take your time getting template laid out and be careful cutting. I used a cutoff wheel, hack saw blade to hand cut corners, rivet gun, tape measure, sharpie and grease pencil. View attachment 124433 View attachment 124434 View attachment 124435 View attachment 124436 View attachment 124437 View attachment 124438 View attachment 124439 View attachment 124440 Looks great and the placement should extract heat from that hot engine.
 

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It turned out better than I expected. Should pull out lots of heat, we'll see.
 
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