Ram Air Hoods: Our new generation
'Power Hood' will not only fill your "need
for speed" and aggressive looks, but
will also meet your desire for a quality
constructed product using new Advanced Technology.
Our new generation Power Hoods are manufactured
from OEM engineered
materials for a perfect fit and finish
every time! The quality and durability of
the power hood far surpasses those constructed
of hand-laid fiberglass or cheap, imported
sheet metal. Each hood is covered by a one
year warranty and is available pre-painted
to match your vehicle. The best part is
that it can be installed on your vehicle
and ready to roll in about 30 minutes.
Air Boxes: If you feel the
"need for speed," then just add
on one of our Ram Air Boxes and high flow
filters! Our air boxes are designed to give
your vehicle more horse power and fuel efficiency
by inducing more cold air into your air
Engineered Materials (High-Impact Plastic)
More and more today, OEMs (Original Equipment
Manufacturers) are using engineered plastics as
the product of choice for body panels on their
vehicles. There is a good reason for that. They
are lighter in weight, which makes vehicles more
fuel-efficient, plastic does not rust and it does
not damage easily.
Some good examples of engineered plastics are
the GM Saturn. It's body panels are comprised
mostly of plastic. Most front and rear fascias
are plastic as well. Also the front fenders of
the 2002 Trans Am are engineered plastic.
While our ram air hood is made from a more rigid
plastic, it also has great impact and heat resistance.
Engineered plastic body panels are made with machines
that have aluminum or steel molds, and have perfect
repeatability from part to part. Aluminum and
steel molds are very reliable.
Engineered plastics are the perfect choice because
in the long-run, they hold up better, are lighter,
easier to paint, have better impact resistance
and make for a perfect fit every time. Engineered
plastics are not to be confused with urethane
plastic parts, which are often used in the aftermarket.
Unlike urethane parts (where paint does not adhere
well), primer and paint stick very well to engineered