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View Poll Results: Would you buy a $200 Plenum Cover if it Existed?
Shut up and take my money!
I would consider it, although $200 is a bit pricey.
Doesn't increase performance, so I don't want it.
I would maybe purchase it if it were a different style.
I wouldn't mind it, but I think that I could better spend $200. Now if the price was a little less I would be a lot more interested. I really like the look of the first pic that also covers the valve covers.
Brilliant Silver 09 Pony Auto
Flowmaster Force II Catback, Topspeed Pro-1 Shorty Headers, JLT Intake, SCT X4 93 Tune, Eibach Sportlines, 15% Tint, Roush 3pc Spoiler, 3dCarbon Blackout panel, 3dCarbon 4pc Pony Kit, Kaenen 3" Cowl Hood, Painted Mirror Caps, Sequential Tails, Boss 338 Wheels, Federal 595EVO Tires
Mods waiting to be installed. BBK 70MM Throttlebody
I've been looking for years. I had an 05 4.0, and now a 2010 4.0 and have never come across one. I know it's only a show piece, but they do add a certain touch under the hood. I've seen people try and make them out of various things, but they don't look good in my opinion. I will pay the extra cash to have one that looks factory, but a touch better. Just my 2 cents.
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