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or if you buy aa cheap CF hood and dont adjust it... if its a cheaply made hood the hood latch will fail with your car going balls out... so far my hood hasnt failed like that and i dont have hood pins and i drove 3k miles or more with it like that... from las vegas to dallas to houston to harlingen tx and back... believe me when i say i was alittle freaked anytime i saw the hood move LOL
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Zero wrote:or if you buy aa cheap CF hood and dont adjust it... if its a cheaply made hood the hood latch will fail with your car going balls out... so far my hood hasnt failed like that and i dont have hood pins and i drove 3k miles or more with it like that... from las vegas to dallas to houston to harlingen tx and back... believe me when i say i was alittle freaked anytime i saw the hood move LOL
Since when does Seibon make cheap hoods?

#6
Fact: Hood pins cost less than windshields.
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tenchu wrote:Since when does Seibon make cheap hoods?
lol its was a Seibon Hood!? thats not a good sign >_<

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ToByTuNeD wrote:Fact: Hood pins cost less than windshields.
Tis true. You remember I had pins on my EG when I had the CF hood. I bought this one brand new and didn't want to drill holes in it. Thats what I get. :)

And yes Zero, Seibon.

#10
some1 told me that with the growth of seibon so fast the quality now from the start has gone down ALOT. i heard of a few of the nwerer seibon hood latches actually pulling out of the resin back. :( sad.
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