To keep all kinds of objects out of your engine where they would cause untold damage, an Oldsmobile hood is needed. By fitting an OEM Oldsmobile hood to your car, you will keep your car in style and your engine out of harms way.
For many people, the hood is just something that comes with the car. For others, the hood is the first thing to get replaced. An Oldsmobile replacement hood will make life much easier. A replacement hood is a great thing to have if you get hail damage or something bad befalls your stock hood. By replacing the hood, you will continue the life of the car.
If you want to go all out, then fitting a carbon fiber hood is the way to go. Oldsmobile carbon fiber hoods are perfect for people who want the most performance possible without having to resort to replacing other parts. Carbon fiber is a very strong material and a carbon fiber hood will make your car much more stylish. Oldsmobile carbon fiber hoods are in high demand because they will make the car lighter and stronger.
Oldsmobile cowl induction hoods are another way to increase your performance. By having a cowl induction hood, you are letting the hot air escape. This allows the engine to run cooler, which allows for the engine to work to its fullest potential. Other hoods that allow air to come in have Oldsmobile hood scoops and louvers. Functional hood scoops on your Oldsmobile will allow air to enter when driving and air to escape when stationary.
An Oldsmobile hood is usually a pretty straightforward swap. By removing the stock Oldsmobile hood and fitting a carbon fiber or Oldsmobile FRP hood, you will be upping your performance.