C5 Corvette GT2 Hood Louvers

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C5 Corvette GT2 Hood Louvers SKU:C5GT2HL

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  • Designed specifically for the C5 corvette hood lines and low pressure zones behind the radiator and above the wheel arches.
  • Ideal set up for those with tilted radiator placement and ductwork leading to hood vents
  • Oversized center section for maximized flow.
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  • Currently used on multiple winning SCCA/NASA ST2, T1 and GT2 race cars.
  • Optimized louver design to maximize extraction flow velocities within a vehicle in motion
  • Reduces under hood pressure delta to reduce front end lift and increase net vehicle downforce.
  • Significantly reduces under hood temperatures by extracting heat and allowing fresh cold air to enter the engine bay.
  • Maximize life of engine accessories by reducing overall operating temperature.
  • Increases dense, cold air flow thru radiator to promote lower coolant temperatures.
  • Louver backbone design maintains hood structural rigidity.
  • Contoured to fit your specific hood curve.
  • Installs easily with supplied templates.
  • Included in kit: Templates for cutting, rivets, washers, installation instructions, and spacers necessary for a factory quality installation.
  • Powder coated Satin Black for clean appearance and durability.

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  • Fitment and Looks
    Very Happy!!! Looks great, functions better.
    Review by Shawn Bon 9/14/2017
    The TrackSpec worked wonderfully. oil temps dropped on track, and coolant temps dropped on track and even if I take it to a show or drive it around town. Nevermind the fact it just looks awesome. I normally have front aero on there, too, and when combined with a front splitter and wing, even my wife commented on how the car felt planted when we last took it to 150mph down a back straight on track :)