Cowl induction flapper on MCSS

87monteSSMN

87monteSSMN

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Nov 20, 2018
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It would be cool to have the door.
You're already halfway there :) biggest challenge is you would have to have a V notch into raised center line of hood at door base so center line on flapper door can fold open and clear. It could be a 90 degree notch so it can't be seen from top of hood.
 

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pontiacgp

pontiacgp

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#12
I suggest you get another hood to install the door so you can take your time and it'll be easier to work on, plus if you screw it up you won't have to track one down and paint it to match your car. If it does work you probably won't mind painting it
 
87monteSSMN

87monteSSMN

Not-quite-so-new-guy
Nov 20, 2018
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#13
I suggest you get another hood to install the door so you can take your time and it'll be easier to work on, plus if you screw it up you won't have to track one down and paint it to match your car. If it does work you probably won't mind painting it
Fiberglass can be easier to work with for shaping. If a guy ran a 1" cowl hood you could run "cowl induction" in the MONTE CARLO SS script on the sides.
 

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