I know what it is, is the Hood Scoop but you don't got to tell us By the way HID is looking good k3:
Yes, it IS going to be the hood scoop. I wanted to wait to reveal which one I was getting until I bought it so I made sure I got one. I have horrific luck when it comes to getting stuff like certain parts and they either being out of stock or discontinued before I can actually get one.That was my second guess :lol:
:dizzy: A lil' birdie told me it might be fender vents...
Nope. And it'd have to be the right set of fender vents before I even consider it. The last thing I was thinking of putting fender vents on was the '92 Typhoon I had. I was looking at taking a set of the 6.6L Trans Am fender scoops and doing them on the very front of the Ty's fenders, but I didn't have the truck long enough to accomplish that goal.No way you better not :bang:
As far as making the scoop functional, nah. I'm not comfortable with trying to cut a hole in the hood to make it work. Besides, I'd spend the $800 for the actual hood if I wanted a functional one. But after seeing what can happen - water getting into the intake and blowing a motor - I'm all set. But thanks, I apperciate it!its gonna sound crazy, but I think its just your bulbs breaking in. I had that going on when I got new bulbs for my HID's but it ended up going away after a while. Are you going to try to make your hood scoop functional or what? I like it btw
I haven't noticed any of this with mine. If you aren't running a relay harness, that should be your first step. Try using the plastic rings to see if they help.
I'll try the plastic rings and see if that helps when the replacement bulb sets show up.I would say, unless the lights aren't snug fit in there you need a relay kit. If do it when they are "jumping" the color is changing it is probably bulb flicker....
Yup, thats exactly it! And yeah it can happen with 35w kits. I blew a foglight ballast today actually, so i'll have to get a relay harness too :lol:Hmmm. Kinda makes sense about the relay harness. I'm surprised that this happens even wwith a 35W system.
The thing that kinda concerns me with said harness is that it only connects to one of the two stock headlight connectors??? Why only one connector, is that basically the switched contact input for the relay to draw juice from the battery instead?
Well, it makes sense for me to get 2 of them, especially since I'm planning on doing them for the fog lights also. And sucks to hear about blowing the ballast, how long have you had them?Yup, thats exactly it! And yeah it can happen with 35w kits. I blew a foglight ballast today actually, so i'll have to get a relay harness too :lol: