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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-27-2004, 02:39 PM
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Aftermarket hood and guages??

Does anyone know where i can get a nice cowl induction hood for a 92' ford bronco? I have looked everywhere but the only thing i have found was the cowl induction inserts and i dont want to do that. And i was looking for some newer guage faces i know NUIMAGE does some flamed ones but i cant find any to fit my bronco.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 12-07-2004, 03:05 AM
 
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Re: Aftermarket hood and guages??

As for a cowl induction hood, check this one out.
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I put in this gauge panel (Summit P/N#NRD-DP10002) when I installed my 460. You may not care for the digital display, I know I didn't think I would like it either, but I like knowing exactly what the water temp and oil pressure are rather than the vague-arse factory gauges. It looks great installed. Plus this gauge panel has the added bonus of an adjustable speedo. Regardless of tire size or gearing, you can calibrate it exactly by marking out and driving a mile with it in calibration mode...it counts the pulses off the transfer case and remembers how many are in a mile so it's accurate. Additionally, it fit the instrument space in the dash of my '88 exactly.

Note: I was going to include a link to the gauge panel in Summit's online catalog, but it didn't include a picture. You'll have to look in one of their print catalogs to see it. It's made by Nordskog.

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Re: Aftermarket hood and guages??

This is another Jeff's Bronco Graveyard -Bob
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 12-09-2004, 02:16 AM
 
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Re: Aftermarket hood and guages??

Cheese and Rice! Over 500 for a hood! Yous gotta be friggin crazy! I plan on doing my own cowl setup by buying a scoop and having the opening face the cab. I'll have my snorkel axcess right under the hood. I'm plannin just to fab som pvc and stack an air cleaner on the top. Simple....
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Re: Aftermarket hood and guages??

You said it Norm Sufferin' Cheeses alright

That's a 1/3 of a new engine rebuild ! You could always slice up a stock hood and add an inch to 2"rise to make the cowl.

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