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Who makes Best quality Cobra R hood as of today?

Curious who makes the best quality cobra r style hood for the 89-93 thunderbird as of today. All the searching and posts that i have found are very dated. My car is currently in the body shop getting repainted and I would like to go with a cobra r hood but if im going to spend close to $600.00 for a hood i would like to get something that requires the least amount of modifications.
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I don't think anyone makes a Cobra R hood for the 89-93, only for the 94/95 or 96/97. For the 89-93, I think your only options are the Mach1 style, or a regular 2" cowl induction hood.

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Supercoupe Performance is the only place that i know of for hoods...

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http://fiberpartsconcepts.com/1298488.html

Those guys make a few different types of hood. They do offer a 89-93 Cobra R. I can't vouch for quality.

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Those guys make a few different types of hood. They do offer a 89-93 Cobra R. I can't vouch for quality.
I can vouch for quality. I have one. It is a quality hood.

IMHO Fiber Concepts is the ONLY place to buy your hood from.

Supercoupe Performance (SCP) sources their hoods from Fiber Concepts. Eliminate the middle man and buy direct.

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Looks like SCP has $50+ boxing fee plus minimum $125 shipping. So factor that in as well. I'm not sure the extra costs with Fiber Concepts.

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according to google maps SCP is only 2 hours away from me. maybe i can make a roadtrip and save the shipping if they handle Fiber Concepts product. I wonder if they have hoods in stock where i can look at one in person

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I doubt it. The hoods are built by Fiber Concepts when ordered. They're not kept in inventory.

But it doesn't hurt to call ahead and ask.

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The boxing fee from Fiber Concepts is $55 and I live one state away and shipping is ~$206 to my door. Sounds like about ~$900 for a hood and I still have to fit and paint it.

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Did you call and ask Bill at Supercoupe if he had one in stock?

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Did you call and ask Bill at Supercoupe if he had one in stock?
When I've asked in the past he did not have them in stock. I wouldn't expect him to stock something like this due to the high cost and even if he did you're still going to incur these costs because he does already. To further the idea, why would he ship these parts twice? It's just going to cost you even more.

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im sure that he drop ships items like this straight from the manufacture

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Which brings us back to post #5 ...

... Eliminate the middle man and buy direct.

Mods? Yea, I got mods ...
Air silencer delete, warp drive, dilithium crystals, flux capacitor, Slingshot Rubber band power adder, Moonshine & Gas, Leaf Blower Supercharger, Hamster Wheel & Hamster, Energizer Bunny generating 1.21 gigawatts, Mr. FusionŽ Home Energy Reactor, hover conversion and a sextant celestial navigation system (The original GPS)
Best 1/4: 1,320 nanoseconds @ 670,616,629.2 miles per hour

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I did.
Wouldn't have saved much.
The source is FiberConcepts.
Ships out of Pennsylvania and can be VERY expensive.
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It's a - very large - specialty item for a 20ish year old car that requires freight shipping. Yes, it's going to be expensive. Relatively speaking, compared to any other quality fiberglass hood I'd say the price is comparable.

Rob and I bought ours together and saved some by having two made at the same time and shipped to the same place.

Some savings is better than no savings or actually paying more than you need to.

You either want it or you don't. You can either afford it or you can't. There is no middle ground...

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Air silencer delete, warp drive, dilithium crystals, flux capacitor, Slingshot Rubber band power adder, Moonshine & Gas, Leaf Blower Supercharger, Hamster Wheel & Hamster, Energizer Bunny generating 1.21 gigawatts, Mr. FusionŽ Home Energy Reactor, hover conversion and a sextant celestial navigation system (The original GPS)
Best 1/4: 1,320 nanoseconds @ 670,616,629.2 miles per hour

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Stock hood looks better anyway, save the bickering

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... and they're already paid for!

Mods? Yea, I got mods ...
Air silencer delete, warp drive, dilithium crystals, flux capacitor, Slingshot Rubber band power adder, Moonshine & Gas, Leaf Blower Supercharger, Hamster Wheel & Hamster, Energizer Bunny generating 1.21 gigawatts, Mr. FusionŽ Home Energy Reactor, hover conversion and a sextant celestial navigation system (The original GPS)
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Stock hood looks better anyway, save the bickering
They may be better for your puny engine.

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They may be better for your puny engine.
What about my puny engine?
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I wish I could run a stock hood- even after cutting the bracing, the Bullitt intake still wouldn't clear...

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What about my puny engine?
How many HP/TQ is your engine again?

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I wish I could run a stock hood- even after cutting the bracing, the Bullitt intake still wouldn't clear...
I'll probably have the same issue with the Mach 1 intake. I'm going to do my damndest to make it fit though - shimming the K member, maybe clearancing it and shortening the motor mounts. If I do ever end up with a Cobra R hood it will be out of pure defeat lol

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How many HP/TQ is your engine again?
Kind of hard to tell on a stand, but it will happen at an RPM your block would split, so don't worry about it

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Kind of hard to tell on a stand, but it will happen at an RPM your block would split, so don't worry about it
Will it only be able to go in a straight line though?

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Supercoupe Performance (SCP) sources their hoods from Fiber Concepts. Eliminate the middle man and buy direct.
As long as the cost is close to the same, I would strongly encourage anyone to buy through Supercoupe. They are the only ones building and supplying performance parts for our cars, and if SCP goes away, that would be a big loss for our small community.
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As long as the cost is close to the same, I would strongly encourage anyone to buy through Supercoupe. They are the only ones building and supplying performance parts for our cars, and if SCP goes away, that would be a big loss for our small community.
I actually agree on this point. Here is a quick cost comparison:

Fiber Concepts Cobra R shipped to Columbus, OH:

$589 Hood + $55 Boxing + $206 Shipping

Supercoupe Performance:
$579 Hood + $55.99 Boxing + Same Shipping?

As a reseller I'm sure that Fiber Concepts is making sure that Bill gets his cut and drop ships the hood for him. It's a win-win so there really isn't a reason to not by from Bill.
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I was looking at putting my Aviator intake and C heads on my 95 to do away with the split runner B heads but after mocking it up on the engine stand I found it was 4" taller than the 96 cobra engine in there already.. so 2 almost 3 inches too much on my 95 bird.. but if I ponied up and got a hood I could get a bit more low end torque and mid range hp. I was thinking of cutting a junkyard hood along the raised lines and welding it to the hood on the car for the height I need but Naaaa...
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I was looking at putting my Aviator intake and C heads on my 95 to do away with the split runner B heads but after mocking it up on the engine stand I found it was 4" taller than the 96 cobra engine in there already.. so 2 almost 3 inches too much on my 95 bird.. but if I ponied up and got a hood I could get a bit more low end torque and mid range hp. I was thinking of cutting a junkyard hood along the raised lines and welding it to the hood on the car for the height I need but Naaaa...
Is your Cobra engine currently under the stock hood? I didn't think the Cobra intake would clear.

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The intake is what looks like a 93-97 Mark-VII to me but I got the car this way.. The guys that have seen it say the engine is a 96 cobra..got the TB in the back and I have no idea what it really is but I have it out now rebuilding it. I'll send you a pic.
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