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Old 08-01-2018, 03:34 PM
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Cool! Is that hood lighter than stock?
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No its a little heavier. I bought hood for the looks and the vents.
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In some respects it's a shame I moved from Cleveland a year ago: I'd have loved to see this car up close. Heck, I'd like to see your garage up close! But if my garage looked like yours my wife wouldn't let me park my car in it! Then there's your lawn -- mine is just starting restoration from years of former owner indifference.

What's the PWJDM box or cover in the engine compartment?

The closest Mustang dyno I could find was in Ashtabula. Only conservative dyno I know of, the others inflate power by as much as 10% (maybe more) so you can feel better.

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No its a little heavier. I bought hood for the looks and the vents.
I thought so. From what I've heard only the genuine Spoon, Mugen and J's hoods are as light or lighter than the already feather light OEM hood.
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Thanks for all the replies! The jdm carbon fiber piece is a cover for the factory intake where it use to mount. Cleans up the engine bay nicely.
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I really did not like the look of the spoon or J's hood. The dry carbon mugen hood is awesome, saw one in person. It was almost $4000 shipped to my house, thought it was a bit pricey at the time.
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Old 08-05-2018, 11:04 PM
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I really did not like the look of the spoon or J's hood. The dry carbon mugen hood is awesome, saw one in person. It was almost $4000 shipped to my house, thought it was a bit pricey at the time.
The dry CF version is the most expensive yeah. I'd be content with a Spoon, J's or Mugen hood in their most affordable versions lol. I have a GPW so the CF hood would look AMAZING on her
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i contacted jeff evans for a tune as well. unfortunately due to my work schedule, my only day off is Sunday. and he doesn't tune Sundays -_- he recommended a etune. i think thats the route i have to go with for now until i can get some time off to go get a real dyno tune
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Evans tuning did an excellent job on my s2000 with flashpro. It took about a week for them to dial it in. I had 8 or 9 reflashes done before it was completed. Having time to drive for datalogs is the hard part. I took that week off work. If I had to guess it's about 98 percent dialed in compared to a Dyno tune. It all depends on what mods u have!!
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