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2010 shaker hood scoop

just wanted to hear any ones thoughts on this kit. It says there's no need to flash the computer so performance wise I cant imagine it would do much. Already running a c&l cai. Thinking about just ordering a fake scoop. But the darn thing is just so cool. FYI im also not planning on running forced induction. If i did the shaker would have to go right?

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The shaker unit was designed to work with a factory airbox not an after market so some fabrication would be needed to make it functional. The argument of how much benefit a real hood scoop gives you, in which case its very little to none, hence the no need to reflash. If you want to spend the 700-800(i forget the cost) of it vs the cost of a 150~200 fake hood scoop then go for it! If it wasn't for my budget at the time i would have gone with it over my roushscoop.

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