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Old 12-19-2012, 01:20 PM   #76 (permalink)
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Nice Job!

That air scoop looks really good...I'm still wanting to do something with the plastic deal above the grill to make a ram air effect into the CAI.
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Old 12-20-2012, 09:05 AM   #77 (permalink)
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Anyone know what year/model hood scoop that is off of?
I think I shall copy this. Looks bad ass!
I know it's from a Subaru.


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Old 12-20-2012, 11:45 AM   #78 (permalink)
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Anyone know what year/model hood scoop that is off of?
I think I shall copy this. Looks bad ass!
I know it's from a Subaru.
It's a very common scoop on many Subarus. Foresters and Outbacks... You can google "stock Subaru hood scoop" and look at the images. There's two styles (I think that's all) of stock scoops... both are functional. These things are really easy to find.
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Old 01-02-2013, 01:40 PM   #79 (permalink)
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Old 01-03-2013, 07:54 PM   #80 (permalink)
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that looks bad@$$ !!
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dude! i was just thinking that would look good the other day! great job- didnt toyota four runners have a scoop like this?
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Nice scoop buddy. Are you going to have "Tundra with hood scoop club"
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Just as a random idea, has anyone ever thought of using the fog lights as a hole for a cold air intake? Like, how the intake is in the headlight on this Subie. This thread just got me thinking.

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The brother "Lizard" would be a good guy to ask. He has done lots of experiments with that sort of thing.
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Creo that's hood scoops there talking about.. Not 2 scoops if raisins in your cereal
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if you do some research, all that ram air intakes are good for is catching bugs in your filter unless you drive over 100mph all the time.
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It's a very common scoop on many Subarus. Foresters and Outbacks... You can google "stock Subaru hood scoop" and look at the images. There's two styles (I think that's all) of stock scoops... both are functional. These things are really easy to find.
There are about 4 hood scoops you can find for Subarus.

The Legacy/Outback style, which I believe is what he used:


The 02-07 WRX hood scoop:


08-Present WRX Hood scoop:


The STI hood scoop, which is about 1" or 2" taller than the WRX:



Hope this helps with anyone wanting to do this mod, but I felt obligated to make the distinction. Before this, I had an 07 WRX , so I know a thing or two about Subarus
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Before I made a scoop functional, I think measuring pressure/vacuum at the opening would tell you if it would help.
As far as looks, it is badass. There is a fiberglass hood locally on CL and it doesn't look anywhere as nice.
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Looks Great!!!! Jealous as hell!!!
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There are about 4 hood scoops you can find for Subarus.

The Legacy/Outback style, which I believe is what he used:

Yes... Thanks Troy... this is what I used.
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