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      Quote Originally Posted by crazyace1104 View Post
      Scoopy it is now for life! Forum trended nickname
      If we rename dougy "scoopy" then we all need a nickname. It's only fair.
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      ooooohhhh how about Scoup Doug?
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      Why did you put it in the middle again? They said to bring it forward. It will fit the profile of the XC90 hood so much better. The colors are close too. You probably wouldn't need to paint it.
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      Maaaan I am still drooooooling over this pic...aaoaaoooohhhhhh so beautiful...I just have to put it on the R....

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      Quote Originally Posted by Saleen9090 View Post
      If we rename dougy "scoopy" then we all need a nickname. It's only fair.
      Well in that case...they call me...Tater Salad.

      Actually they call me the Wacky Iraqi.

      But back to Scoop Dougy Doug..I think his antics have earned him the title of Count Dougula for all the life he sucked out of me when I read this thread...Ill never be the same..
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      Quote Originally Posted by GrandpasD5 View Post
      Well in that case...they call me...Tater Salad.

      Actually they call me the Wacky Iraqi. It's hard to be a Mandaean Iraqi American! Too many nicknames, one peaceful identity. If you want to read more about my mysterious heritage, I have a great story:

      http://globalatlas.blogspot.com/2012...ry-of.html?m=1

      But back to Scoop Dougy Doug..I think his antics have earned him the title of Count Dougula for all the life he sucked out of me when I read this thread...Ill never be the same..
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      Quote Originally Posted by Saleen9090 View Post
      If we rename dougy "scoopy" then we all need a nickname. It's only fair.
      ok queen sounds good to me
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      Quote Originally Posted by crazyace1104 View Post
      ok queen sounds good to me
      Not sure where that one came from
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      Quote Originally Posted by dougy View Post
      Maaaan I am still drooooooling over this pic...aaoaaoooohhhhhh so beautiful...I just have to put it on the R....

      I think there should be a gauge pod out on the hood also. You know you want to do it Dougy.
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      Oh my, that's fugly... and I've switched from Volvo to this now (so I'm not totally opposed to scoops):



      Anyway, if you're serious, it ought to be wider and lower in order for it to look good - ignoring functionality completely, of course.
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      Quote Originally Posted by evilspoons View Post
      Oh my, that's fugly... and I've switched from Volvo to this now (so I'm not totally opposed to scoops):
      Anyway, if you're serious, it ought to be wider and lower in order for it to look good - ignoring functionality completely, of course.
      what are you still doing here, go get your R back....

      i would love to see your WRX in a wind tunnel...lolol
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      Are the stock scoops not functional on the wrx?

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      do you think the scooper like you have on your WRX would help that BRZ....

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      Custom S60R Hood Scoop to cool turbochager

      Quote Originally Posted by crazyace1104 View Post
      ok queen sounds good to me
      Are you saying you want to be called queen? Lol that's precious!
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      Quote Originally Posted by GrandpasD5 View Post
      Are the stock scoops not functional on the wrx?
      They are, they feed cooler air to the top mount (above engine) intercooler. As most convert to a FMIC, the hood scoop no longer is needed, in theory.
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      Quote Originally Posted by GrandpasD5 View Post
      Are the stock scoops not functional on the wrx?
      only until you install a FMIC.

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      Quote Originally Posted by BryanO'Blivion View Post
      only until you install a FMIC.
      Right brighter. Tmic's look great on those boxers.

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      found another hood scoop but on a R wannabe

      https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphot...66417930_n.jpg

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      Quote Originally Posted by MN-TURBOR View Post
      found another hood scoop but on a R wannabe

      https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphot...66417930_n.jpg

      Oh my... I hope that's not real?.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Stuntman315 View Post
      Oh my... I hope that's not real?.
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      Quote Originally Posted by crazyace1104 View Post
      posted on IPDs facebook -___-
      Pretty horrifying. I know electric green is in...for econobox cars. But at the other end of the color spectrum for high performance..most popular new color goes toooo....Rebel blue.

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      Quote Originally Posted by GrandpasD5 View Post
      Pretty horrifying. I know electric green is in...for econobox cars. But at the other end of the color spectrum for high performance..most popular new color goes toooo....Rebel blue.
      well, owner whom ever he or she is ....is definitely not a follower and does what he or she desires or likes and not whats in...I give him thumbs up...
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      Quote Originally Posted by MN-TURBOR View Post
      believe it or not this was a factory ... or rather dealer option. I remember noticing it when I looked at a C30 a few years back... one of the options was a HOOD SCOOP! a fake one too!

      here are some reference links
      https://forums.swedespeed.com/showthr...0-hood-scoop!-!

      http://www.volvopartswebstore.com/sh...ey_model=11970

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      Quote Originally Posted by ojs View Post
      Dougy, I think your scoop should vent out the back like this:



      But for mine, this is what I'm am doing:
      OK, just so we're clear, there are vents and there are scoops.

      What the OP posted is a scoop. It will take the care in. What is shown on that Vette is a vent. The air is exhausted through the vent, taken in from the lower grills. This is much better for cooling, as it doesn't ruin the aerodynamics of the car and it provides better flow for the air. The air will go out the vent and meet the air going over the car in a much more amicable way that if it's taken into the scoop and bounces around under the hood until it finally finds a path out. There's no channel running out, so a scoop on our cars will just result in the air pressure under the hood increasing a bit and eventually pushing out the seems, or possibly even the front, where that super heated air will now be sucked right back into your engine.

      A SCOOP is only ever good if the air is being injected into something, like an air intake or intercooler setup. For cooling, use the vents already on the car and maybe provide a path for it to get out. The best way to air cool is to allow the air in and out. It's not the air going in that cools the engine/turbo, it's the hot air leaving and being replaced with the new cold air.
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      Quote Originally Posted by napkinn View Post
      OK, just so we're clear, there are vents and there are scoops.

      What the OP posted is a scoop. It will take the care in. What is shown on that Vette is a vent. The air is exhausted through the vent, taken in from the lower grills. This is much better for cooling, as it doesn't ruin the aerodynamics of the car and it provides better flow for the air. The air will go out the vent and meet the air going over the car in a much more amicable way that if it's taken into the scoop and bounces around under the hood until it finally finds a path out. There's no channel running out, so a scoop on our cars will just result in the air pressure under the hood increasing a bit and eventually pushing out the seems, or possibly even the front, where that super heated air will now be sucked right back into your engine.

      A SCOOP is only ever good if the air is being injected into something, like an air intake or intercooler setup. For cooling, use the vents already on the car and maybe provide a path for it to get out. The best way to air cool is to allow the air in and out. It's not the air going in that cools the engine/turbo, it's the hot air leaving and being replaced with the new cold air.
      ohhh gawdddd ,so what you are Saying napkinn that at 40 mph if I tape thin strips of napkins in front of my scoop the air will blow out instead of being sucked in? Cause I might have to scrap this idea.
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      Quote Originally Posted by dougy View Post
      ohhh gawdddd ,so what you are Saying napkinn that at 40 mph if I tape thin strips of napkins in front of my scoop the air will blow out instead of being sucked in? Cause I might have to scrap this idea.
      Oh, it will go in there. It's just not going to do crap to cool your turbo.

      And it won't be sucking it in. It will be forced in.
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      Hood Scooooop

      Go For It!


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      Quote Originally Posted by TexasV70R View Post
      Go For It!

      One of the worst photoshop jobs ever.
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      Quote Originally Posted by R.Photo View Post
      Guess again.
      No, I said one of the worst. Not the worst.
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      ok, I will reveal what the scoop is going to be for.

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      Quote Originally Posted by dougy View Post
      ok, I will reveal what the scoop is going to be for.

      oh, now i get it.

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