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    Thumbs up New HPF Engine Covers!!!

    Hey Guys, we are now offering our engine covers with a few different options. So far we've release the new vented cover with the ram horn. Being that there can be clearance issues with them depending on which fuel rail you'll be using, we decided to offer the vented covers without the horn. We also now offer a Carbon Kevlar version.

    Note: We are no longer offering our old version without any vents.

    Here's some pics of our current options with pricing
    HPF Engine Cover w/ Ram Horn - $449.00
    HPF Engine Cover w/o Ram Horn - $349.00
    HPF Engine Cover w/ Ram Horn + Clearcoat - $699.00
    HPF Engine Cover w/o Ram Horn + Clearcoat - $429.00
    HPF Engine Cover w/o Ram Horn in Carbon Kevlar - $429.00
    HPF Engine Cover w/ Ram Horn in Carbon Kevlar - Please Inquire if Interesed


    Now onto some pics...(You'll notice there aren't any pics of the non clear coated version, reason for that is you wouldn't be able to tell from a picture, it'll look the same)
    HPF Engine Cover, ram horn version with clear
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    HPF Engine cover vented w/o Ram horn
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    HPF Engine Cover vented in Carbon Kevlar
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    To Purchase Online Visit this Link http://www.horsepowerfreaks.com/part...on_Fiber/17879
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    What is the purpose of the horn?

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    HOrning?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    What is the purpose of the horn?
    To direct air over the coils.

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    So the old version of the cover caused the coils to become way too hot?
    Any advice for owners of the old version? Drill holes maybe?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ZooyorQ Click here to enlarge
    To direct air over the coils.
    Thank you.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DavidV Click here to enlarge
    So the old version of the cover caused the coils to become way too hot?
    Any advice for owners of the old version? Drill holes maybe?
    I wouldn't say the old one CAUSED the issue, just boosted applications in general work the coils harder. This is more prolonging the life of your coils.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ZooyorQ Click here to enlarge
    I wouldn't say the old one CAUSED the issue, just boosted applications in general work the coils harder. This is more prolonging the life of your coils.
    +1 the old one was just meerely a carbon replica of the OEM cover for cosmetics....this one is built for function as well as the looks.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DavidV Click here to enlarge
    So the old version of the cover caused the coils to become way too hot?
    Any advice for owners of the old version? Drill holes maybe?
    buy better coils Click here to enlarge

    or remove the cover. less plastic ftw


    carbon kevlar... nicework hpf!

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