Shadow Black Hood Scoop and Rear Spoiler

SteelBronco

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I am with the fitment and the look. They really mold in nicely with the body lines of the Bronco.
Two things for me that I did.
1) The edges of my visors were rough, I took a Dremel tool and went along the lower edges to smooth them out the first.
2) I did not take a scour pad to my rubber trim before putting visors on. I cleaned with alcohol and they have been fine.
 

Muddpickle

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Has the scoop helped with the hood shake? I really like the look but don’t want the hood flutter to be exaggerated.
 

SteelBronco

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Has the scoop helped with the hood shake? I really like the look but don’t want the hood flutter to be exaggerated.
Having a Badlands my hood did not have much of a " shake" to it. I suppose it was due to the fact it had insulation installed on the underside of the hood from the factory. From what I understand other models may not have this.
With the hood scoop installed I have seen no noticable vibration in the hood and that has been at a speed up to 90 miles an hour.
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Muddpickle

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Thanks for responding so quickly . I have the outer banks so no insulator and I have a very minor hood shake. Just don’t want to worsen it.
 

Muddpickle

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One of my fav sleeper cars back in the day. 1.6l turbo. 180hp in a two seater bug eyed version of the escort. It way out ran my 79 pace car. So the 181hp 3 banger ain’t to bad.
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