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Unread 09-21-2009, 02:10 PM   #1
uhohs
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Hood scoops

I was thinking of sticking some functional ram air on my 2001 jeep tj. Is this really worth the effort and money or is it just gona make it look cool?


Also what are the benefits to putting a hoodscoop on the cab vent or is it just another badass wate of money

edit: this is in the yj forum should be in tj my bad

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Unread 09-21-2009, 02:13 PM   #2
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you sure you want to post this in yj section? i mean we would love to help you out.. but you have your own section over with the tjs.

hood scoops... that could mean many different things.... but if your looking for a cold air intake, go with a snorkel if you plan to wheel it. that way when you are going down that unknown trail and you get to the deep water.... no worries.

if your looking to lower under hood temps, theres a billion options. most people just put vents in.
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