- Reduces under-hood pressure by 50%
- Outperforms every other hood vent option tested (by a lot)
- Retains hood rigidity and the use of the stock hood latch
- Increases engine cooling capabilities
- Decreases lift on the front of the car
- Backed by data: developed through pressure and flow testing
- Designed and produced in the USA
Your kit includes:
- Precision waterjet aluminum louvers
- Removeable gurney flaps (can swap them on/off at the track)
- Stainless steel mounting hardware
- Rubber trim to cover the cut edge for a clean look
- Chassis specific vinyl cut template
- Detailed installation guide
I have experienced one problem, but it's probably isolated to just me because I haven't heard about this from anyone else. Since the install, if I drive the car in hard rain, when I check my PS fluid, it's milky. It seems the louvers let some rain into the PS reservoir, probably when the car is stopped
I replaced the O-ring, but that didn't help. For some background, I have checked all fluids in the engine bay monthly for over 2 years, and this never happened before.
To be fair, this spring was really bad, we got half the annual rainfall of Seattle in 3 weeks, and at one point, the Blanco river rose over 20 feet in 2 hours. Also, I don't want PS long term, I'm just waiting to find an AC/no PS tensioner setup for an NB, so this isn't a big deal for me.
Quite a few Singular Motorsports hood vents out at Chuckwalla Valley Raceway this past weekend:
We are now in to Version 2 of the hood louvers. Version 2 omits the original separate gurney flaps and instead integrates the gurney flap into the main louver piece; you bend the forward flap to vertical. All V2s come anodized black - so for 95% of customers you no longer have to worry about finishing them. For those who want to paint them another color, you can paint right over the anodize just like normal.
V2s are now in stock at 949Racing [NA, NB] and Goodwin Racing (NA, NB, NC)
The function is going to be largely the same. For the louvers to drop in from the top, the sides of the cut need to be enlarged compared to the template. Keep in mind all louvers shipping now are V2, so the forward louver becomes the gurney flap and for it to look right you'd need to take care to not change the cut on the top or bottom.
Last edited by Lincoln Logs; 06-01-2016 at 03:34 PM.
Is there any contact adhesive recommended to reglue any of the supports that have popped off from the underside of the skin? I think mine where already like this, but it's exacerbated the hood floppiness especially at speed.