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I need help to make this hood

Hello to all, a few weeks I have been looking for information on how they have made this hood, the inputs of the sides, can anyone help me ?, If you have pictures or plans to make the cuts of the air vents, any help will be well received. best regards.

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They probably bought it like that.
Car-id and multiple other vendors sell custom hoods and such for our cars.

Just do a google search of, Chrysler 300 custom hood.

Please come back and tell us what the solution to your problem was, so that others coming here can learn from it.
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Thank you very much for your quick response, I have been searching for forums for weeks, manufacturers of hood tuning and I have not found the same one. I have sent a private message to the owner since he has the Chrysler 300C for sale but he has not responded, I hope to find a solution of how to make it, kind regards.
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That looks like a custom molded hood to me. I have not seen any aftermarket built units like that.

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If you make the hood, will you be putting in an extra "radiator" under it like the one in the pic? :-D

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Why ?, the chrysler 300C CRD already has intercooler, so I want to put another ?, my chrysler 300C CRD is already reprogrammed and has 270cv and 610 of torque, I have enough power.

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We have started with the work, it will soon be done and it will give a great new look.
It is a pity that the initial constructor of the project has not provided data on how to make one, everything must be done from the initial point.

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Make sure that all of the electronics under the hood that are anywhere near those vents are well protected from moisture. Because if those vents are open, and it is pouring down rain outside, it will be like Niagara falls under that hood.

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they will be made closed with mesh of bee, the part of behind of the mesh will be made with fiberglass painted in black. I have other options in mind as we go forward I will look at the best options, I do not want the water in the fuse box to come in, thank you for your advice. best regards.
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the entrances fall in places to have space and to reinforce the aluminum sheet.

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