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Cervinis Ram Air Hood w/ Covercraft Bra

Hello Everyone,

I was wondering if anybody here has the Covercraft Bra Cover for the 05-09 Mustang GT. I want to get one because the road is kicking up dirt that is beginning to show on my freshly painted one year old hood. My concern was that since this is a custom hood, where does the top line of the cover stop at on the hood? In other words, will the bra cover up part of the ram air scoop, or will the ram air scoop even prevent a decent fitment? Anyone with the Cervinis Ram Air Hood and a Covercraft bra please reply! Thanks.


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Those type of bras are worthless, any brand. Besides it will kill the great looks of that hood. I have the the Cervini Ram Air hood & the best option is to look into getting clear paint protection film applied to the leading edge. It's a clear 8 mil thick urethane with an adhesive back. Allows color of paint to show, will not discolor, last 8 years & is removeable if necessary. Will survive a 1/4" rock @ 60mph without damage to paint. 3M is the leader, but there are other brands as well. Also goes by the name "clear bra" Hope this helps you out.


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