Attention!: hood scoop

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  1. klette123

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    I have a 2010 dodge challenger R/T 5.7 . Want to make hood scoop functional . How much am I looking at to do this
     
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    about 100 bucks and grab some plastic trim tools to make it go easier. unless you are talking about the T/A hoods.
     
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    yes it is a t/a hood
     
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    Don't mean to threadnjack but I've seen someone else who just drilled holes in the stock rt non function. Anyone think this would make any difference?
     
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    More like 500 $ and that was getting deals it would have cost around a 1000 plus labor. I did it myself thou
     

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