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Old 08-30-2016, 03:11 PM   #91
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Here are some photos of the Anderson Composites Heat Extractor Hood, GT350 Style front fenders and the GT350R Style rear spoiler
The unpainted carbon matches pretty close to magnetic. Do you plan to leave it unpainted? I have magnetic and it'd be nice to not have to paint it.
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Old 08-30-2016, 03:17 PM   #92
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Is there any way we can get a list of the parts that save weight over the OEM pieces, and how much lighter they are?
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But yours also provides an additional 0.5in clearance for wider wheels right?
Yes?
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How long before the next batch of diffusers are finished production? I ordered one on ebay back in August and was told they were on backorder. Thanks.
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Anyone can chine in on the extractor hood under the rain? Issues? Anything you did in particular about it?
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Anyone can chine in on the extractor hood under the rain? Issues? Anything you did in particular about it?
I live in the Seattle area and this is my second rainy season with the Heat extractor hood. While some water does get in and can leave water spots I've never had any issues with it. The water drains out and hasn't harmed anything. No electrical or mechanical issues at all.
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I live in the Seattle area and this is my second rainy season with the Heat extractor hood. While some water does get in and can leave water spots I've never had any issues with it. The water drains out and hasn't harmed anything. No electrical or mechanical issues at all.
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I live in the Seattle area and this is my second rainy season with the Heat extractor hood. While some water does get in and can leave water spots I've never had any issues with it. The water drains out and hasn't harmed anything. No electrical or mechanical issues at all.
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What is the weight savings for the heat extractor hood?

Any pictures with specifics for OEM GT hood and the heat extractor hood?
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does anyone know if it is an absolute necessity to take off the rear bumper and tail lights to install the rear diffuser?
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