Well what do you guys think,how one would look on the Bullitt? From what I see the air ducting from it to the filter box,looks good for air flow. Only thing is cutting that hole in the Bullitt hood.....May be better to find another GT hood and save the stock piece for later.
I am still looking at making the Bullitt scoop functional for engine air intake. I need to design a pan of some type to seal to the hood. Possibly the bottom pan and air duct pieces of the Shaker setup could be modified to work. When up in Mich.,for vacation,I will stop in at CDC,and take a look!
One of the Mustang mags just featured making the existing scoop operational with a bolt on pan underneath (drill and screw-on actually) and an airbox. The work was done in a shop in Lakeland FLA. I will look for the article.
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