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Gringo Chiludo
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What are your thoughts of a cowl induction hood on a lifted truck?
 

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I think they look good
 

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Totally looks good , No doubt about it ..
 

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I think it made mine look a lil meaner...

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Gringo Chiludo
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Depends on the truck and the hood, but overall id say they look good.
This is the truck I'm thinking about putting it on. If I did go with a cowl induction I would go with a Goodmark hood.





 

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A cowl hood that actually allows additional airflow under the hood is always a plus, albeit to keep temps down, additional flow into motor, or a routing point for snorkels.
 

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If anyone ever has had the windshield molding rattle like is common on the Tahoe's I can attest the cowl hood stops th eissue with redirection of th eair flow !!

Plus the make the trucks look mean !

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hate any scooped hood on a truck sorry
Good thing a cowl induction hood isnt technicly a "scooped hood" sicne it doesnt actually scoop any air. I say do it, it will look nice.
 

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If anyone ever has had the windshield molding rattle like is common on the Tahoe's I can attest the cowl hood stops th eissue with redirection of th eair flow !!

Plus the make the trucks look mean !
What kind of hood is that?
 

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HD hood> Cowl induction.

Id go with any oem option over aftermarket. Cowl hoods are gross and the style is way dated.
 
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