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Hoods Out For The Colorado/Canyon

Hoods Currently Out For Colorado/Canyon

RK Sport Extractor (Fiberglass)



Good Mark 2 inch Cowl (Steel)




Good Mark Ram Air (Steel)



Keystone Functional Twin Scoop Good Hood (Fiberglass)




Reflexxion Cowl Induction w/ Cobra Ports (Steel)



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where did u get the pick of the grey truck with the dual rams?
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Nice post....too bad I'm not making it a sticky :P


I really like they Keystone and the RK Sport.

Prices would be nice, if you get bored ;)


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Nice post....too bad I'm not making it a sticky :P


I really like they Keystone and the RK Sport.

Prices would be nice, if you get bored ;)
ehh prices vary but i guess i can try a range of prices or estimate


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If one scoop is good, then two scoops have to be better! Upgrade this baby to functional ram air and watch out! Speed and style will be yours.
I grabbed this off the keystone website under the Colorado hood. Are the scoops for real when it comes to the ram air? Or is it all just for looks?

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If one scoop is good, then two scoops have to be better! Upgrade this baby to functional ram air and watch out! Speed and style will be yours.
I grabbed this off the keystone website under the Colorado hood. Are the scoops for real when it comes to the ram air? Or is it all just for looks?

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yeah its real plus they also offer a kit to make it more functional pm three50bowtie since he has the hood


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Yep, the Good Hood is functional if you have the intake to go with it!! The hood is made to work in conjuction with Airaid intakes or the good hood intakes.
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Yep, the Good Hood is functional if you have the intake to go with it!! The hood is made to work in conjuction with Airaid intakes or the good hood intakes.

How much of a difference with the intakes? Is there a bigger difference with the hood and intake over just an intake? Never heard of the good hood intakes. How is it? Are those the only two intakes? Could the hood work with say the AEM? Any effects with rain/snow getting into the scoops?
I know you probably don't see any snow, but maybe you might have heard any.
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There isn't much of a difference in power while normal driving. You might pick up a HP or two but nothing too crazy. The sound of the engine in full throttle is awesome though. I noticed that the most. It has been raining here in So Cal these last few weeks and I haven't had any problems! As far as intakes, those are the only ones that will bolt right up to where the air is directed from the scoop. The hood might work with other intakes such as AEM and K&N but you will have to make modifications to have the proper sealing.
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im using the K&N intake and it spits the air out to exactly where the filter is. however, shoulda went with steel hood. fiberglass is crap. plus you can get little cracks that look like a spider web in it if your not careful. I.E. following a dump truck, closing your hood to hard. you have to be very gentle.
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im using the K&N intake and it spits the air out to exactly where the filter is. however, shoulda went with steel hood. fiberglass is crap. plus you can get little cracks that look like a spider web in it if your not careful. I.E. following a dump truck, closing your hood to hard. you have to be very gentle.
i wanted a steel hood because they fit perfect hehe


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that too. i liek your hood tho. also, where did you get your seat covers Three50bowtie? they are sick.
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also, where did you get your seat covers Three50bowtie
To anyone interested in the Seat Covers on my truck here is a link to a promotion that I have been running in the aftermarket section. Let me know if you have any questions.

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im using the K&N intake and it spits the air out to exactly where the filter is. however, shoulda went with steel hood. fiberglass is crap. plus you can get little cracks that look like a spider web in it if your not careful. I.E. following a dump truck, closing your hood to hard. you have to be very gentle.
Finch, do you have this hood? If so you were able to use the other intake then the ones recommended? How do you like it other than it being fiberglass?

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this question is for the guys that own the GoodMark cowl hoods, Did you guys have any problems installing the weather striping? It seem like the tab hole #2 (from right to left when facing the truck) is off by about an inch. Anyone else have this problem?

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this question is for the guys that own the GoodMark cowl hoods, Did you guys have any problems installing the weather striping? It seem like the tab hole #2 (from right to left when facing the truck) is off by about an inch. Anyone else have this problem?
havent tried yet i coudlnt even get the plugs out fomr my stock hood


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use some needlenose pliers and rotate them off. Im almost 100 percent postive that goodmark effed up one of the holes for the strip.

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use some needlenose pliers and rotate them off. Im almost 100 percent postive that goodmark effed up one of the holes for the strip.
ehh the stock hood is in storage now the weather stripping i got offby stretching it around i`ll pick some plugs up form the delaer


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im using the K&N intake and it spits the air out to exactly where the filter is. however, shoulda went with steel hood. fiberglass is crap. plus you can get little cracks that look like a spider web in it if your not careful. I.E. following a dump truck, closing your hood to hard. you have to be very gentle.
Finch, do you have this hood? If so you were able to use the other intake then the ones recommended? How do you like it other than it being fiberglass?

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yo scottyd, i got the good hood, dual ram air. it is functional and the k&n works damn well with it. other than the fiberglass being crap, and it cracking and not fitting before the shop charged me 900 dollars (ya it was the cheapest est after everyone looked at the hood) to fix and paint it, i love it. it looks good, but 760 for hood, plus 900 for paint. too much. go with a cowl induction. u gotta go steel. they are worth it. this hood is not worth the look.
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