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Is it full carbon fiber? the inner structure carbon fiber as well?
Do you know if they make one for the Colorado? ZR2 to be specific?
 

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Just finished the molds and is the first hood. I can do them in fiberglass or carbon fiber and full carbon. Whatever is wanted. 1156.00 carbon fiber inner and outer
956.00 fiberglass inner and carbon fiber outer
750.00 fiberglass.
These require truck freight of $250.00

I’ll post a pic of the inner right after I post this. Have to take pics.
 

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This is the inner in carbon fiber. , uses full oem struts, latch installed. You can see the cut outs behind the scoop. It requires the 2500 oem hood scoop bezel. Here’s a pic of the truck too
 

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so where is this being shipped from?
 

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I like how you did the air intake. Very nice.
 
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To each there own. I'm probably one of the few that doesn't like the look of carbon fiber and design in it. My new 2019 Colorado 4x4 came with the fake carbon fiber trim. I could have done without it. But not going to spend money to change it.
 
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The idea was to create a hood that should have been on the truck from the factory. The flat hood design of the GMC Canyon 2.8l Denali does do it for me. So I sculpted the 2500 gmc durmax hood onto this one. I usually never run carbon fiber hoods as I like painted hoods. But I was trying to showcase the craftsmanship of the product. The fiberglass version can be painted. Hope you all enjoy.
 

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I for one think this is quite a nice design and makes for a somewhat functional hood scoop. I've occasionally wondered if an insert could be fabricated to make the zr2 hood bulge more than just cosmetic while still using the existing hood. There's got to be a way to utilise that space with a different "insert" to collect more air and deliver it to the intake. Now if someone could produce something like that I'm sure that there would be a fair bit of interest.
 

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Beautiful work! Bet it weighs very little compared to OEM.
 

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To each there own. I'm probably one of the few that doesn't like the look of carbon fiber and design in it. My new 2019 Colorado 4x4 came with the fake carbon fiber trim. I could have done without it. But not going to spend money to change it.
Ditto.

Beautiful work! Bet it weighs very little compared to OEM.
Probably--they're still steel, right?

I'd be more interested in how likely they are to be dinged by rocks.
 

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The idea was to create a hood that should have been on the truck from the factory. The flat hood design of the GMC Canyon 2.8l Denali does do it for me. So I sculpted the 2500 gmc durmax hood onto this one. I usually never run carbon fiber hoods as I like painted hoods. But I was trying to showcase the craftsmanship of the product. The fiberglass version can be painted. Hope you all enjoy.
Looks nice!!

Just Curious.. whats the weight difference?? OEM vs Carbon Fiber
 

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