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So, the cold are section goes over the intake not behind it? Why did you have to trim the rear section of the shroud?
I didn't have to trim the rear of the shroud. I trimmed off the sides & front, mainly because I didn't like all the plastic. Attached a few more pics before I trimmed & also showing the duct to the CAI.
I did end up powder coating the valve covers at a later date as well.
The bottom of the SHaker attached to the front top 2 studs of the throttle body in the front & with a 'ball' stud in the rear (Bolted onto the existing factory intake manifold)
Current Ride: 2012 RR Boss 302
2006 Torch Red Mustang GT
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1970 Grabber Blue Boss 302
1969 Lime Green Notchback
1967 Maroon Vert.
Thanks for the pics! I have a friend thats giving me a hood to use so i can leave mine stock. I can get the shaker hood setup for $500. Paint will cost me $500. So just looking at the process of making it work with a edelbrock super charger.
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