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Saleen wing and cowl hood pictures.

Hey guy's just posting some more progress with my ride we installed the cowl hood a couple of weeks ago and now the saleen wing has been installed, the saleen body kit will go on next week and that should complete all my body mods i wanted to do enjoy.
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Sweeeet! I want a Saleen spoiler and a Mach 1 style hood.

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Very nice, but what ya got under that big hood!……..pics!

So , let me get this straight…..your Honda has 1.6 liters, whereas my bottle of Mountain Dew has 2?

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Very nice, but what ya got under that big hood!……..pics!
For that story visit this page.
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Wanted a Saleen wing for years. Soon it'll be here for me. Cool ride 93LX.

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Very nice, I am looking to do a cowl hood myself.. Is yours fiber glass or metal hood???
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Mine is fiber glass.
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I've got the saleen wing with the mach1 hood, but I'm looking to go to a cowl hood. Is that a 2 1/2 inch or the 4 inch?

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I've got the saleen wing with the mach1 hood, but I'm looking to go to a cowl hood. Is that a 2 1/2 inch or the 4 inch?
It is a 2 1/2 in.
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It's beautiful! I didn't know which one I wanted, then I saw the 2 1/2 on a fox in town and new that was the one for me. Then I went to the Dallas Autorama...and saw a 4 inch and knew that was the one for me. Then I see yours and I can't decide again. Is the 4 inch too big?

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It's beautiful! I didn't know which one I wanted, then I saw the 2 1/2 on a fox in town and new that was the one for me. Then I went to the Dallas Autorama...and saw a 4 inch and knew that was the one for me. Then I see yours and I can't decide again. Is the 4 inch too big?
I would say a 4in is too big for my taste if you are having that hard of a time just go with a 3in i bet you'll be happy with that.
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Who makes the 3 inch?

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Who makes the 3 inch?
Theres a seller on ebay that has them not sure of the quality though.
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