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Old 01-13-2007, 11:29 AM   #1
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My V has a polished Magna Charger and the manifold has rubbed its way through the hood liner. I haven't seen any cowl hoods but if anyone can point me in the right direction I would appreciate it.

I also have chrome 20's on the car and was wondering if they are going to make me that much slower out of the box.
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Old 01-13-2007, 12:03 PM   #2
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The wheels may effect the final drive ratio. Try this http://www.web-cars.com/math/tiresize.html
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http://www.cadillacfaq.com/faq/answers/hood/index.html

try that for a new hood....not really cowl, STS-V style...should give you the clearance your looking for though.
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Crap, now i remember you telling me of this one! I just had to spend a fortune on a spector one, I like this one better in the pics.
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Crap, now i remember you telling me of this one! I just had to spend a fortune on a spector one, I like this one better in the pics.

lol, the one with the heat extractors??? Im not a big fan of that hood, it's ok...personally stock looks best, but I know you can't....you should have just cut the stocker and did a shacker hood ...but then you'd be really far from a "stock" look.
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Wild's selling his on the caddy forums - I think 600 clams...
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No thank god they make another type. That heat one looks too importish for me. it will look like an stsv hood just a little taller i believe.

Got a link on that other hood? I think i paid 1500 for my other one. What color is it?
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I think it's not painted and you're right it does look a little like the sts-v --- Specterwerks is a very nice look IMO but a tad pricy - 1,600-1,800 un painted.

Figure 700 to paint it from a dealer or maybe cheaper with a body shop.
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Now you're talking! carbon fiber for moi...
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new hood

it came unpainted.It was about $250 to get painted
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