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Old 29 Dec 2008, 02:16 am
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Default Which hood looks better on this car, can't decide between the two.?

Hood no. 1 (free shipping)Hood no. 2 is the car: on its starting to rust so wanna get a carbon fiber, thanks in advanceGlenn L, I live on my own. My hood is just rusted and want to replace it with a nice one, and I dont give a fu*k bout hp, its reliable, good on gas and a nice looking ride
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Old 29 Dec 2008, 02:31 am
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the second one looks sick!!!the first one looks better on a evo.
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Old 29 Dec 2008, 02:46 am
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Sorry but I personally think that just a basic carbon fiber hood would look better. That's just my opinion, but I'm not a big fan of all the designs and stuff. I prefer just a basic carbon fiber hood. If I had to choose between the 2 though, I would go with the 1st one.
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Old 29 Dec 2008, 03:01 am
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You do know that the cheaper you buy the carbon hood the more problems you'll have, right?!?!?!If you were going to buy a hood, get the OEM style! get Seibon! Best product for Carbon Fiber! Guarantee to fit and also a safety hood (you don't wanna drive on the highway and see your hood get open and flip to your front windshield!)!
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Old 29 Dec 2008, 04:01 am
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Definitely the first one.The 2nd one looks too Ricy.I think it looks best without the hood scoop.If you want to modify an Integra, just do performance modifications like power upgrades and suspension upgrades including rims and tires.Leave the body alone for the best looks.
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Old 29 Dec 2008, 04:16 am
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Quit throwing away money like it grows on trees. Help your Mommy pay for groceries instead of showing off to your friends. The recession we are in means that you must become more financially responsible. And besides, that hood ain't gonna make that rice burner go any faster.
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