Received Redline Tuning hood struts

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I have had the Redline Tuning Hood struts on my Mustang for 7 years now and never had an issue. The quality is top notch and they are well worth the money!
Agreed. Had them on my GT500 for 10 years. No issues.
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Got mine today and installed it in 20 mins - and that included reading the instructions. The install went exactly as shown on the Redline website / install video.

I made a short video to show it in action, but when I tried to load it says it's too large. Anyway, the struts work well. They begin slowly (which I like), then about 1/4 of the way, they speed up and lift the hood in a nice, smooth movement. Closing them is equally smooth, the struts do not seem to "fight" you.

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Got mine today and installed it in 20 mins - and that included reading the instructions. The install went exactly as shown on the Redline website / install video.

I made a short video to show it in action, but when I tried to load it says it's too large. Anyway, the struts work well. They begin slowly (which I like), then about 1/4 of the way, they speed up and lift the hood in a nice, smooth movement. Closing them is equally smooth, the struts do not seem to "fight" you.

Strut Pic.PNG
So when you're closing it do you just kind of give the hood a little nudge down and the struts finish the job?
 

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@Mitch Panda Motorworks a site sponsor sells them also...same price!

Also, did you check if the Redline sticker is easily removed? Just curious...TY!
 

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@Mitch Panda Motorworks a site sponsor sells them also...same price!

Also, did you check if the Redline sticker is easily removed? Just curious...TY!
For an extra $20 you can get the carbon fiber sleeves which will cover the stickers.
 

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For an extra $20 you can get the carbon fiber sleeves which will cover the stickers.
Yea, I saw those...but for an extra $0 I can maybe peel off the stickers! :LOL: The bracket appears to already be branded and I promise to tell anyone that asks where they came from!
 

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Installed! Great product.
 

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Added to the list of first mods for whenever I get a Bronco.
 

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Got mine today and installed it in 20 mins - and that included reading the instructions. The install went exactly as shown on the Redline website / install video.

I made a short video to show it in action, but when I tried to load it says it's too large. Anyway, the struts work well. They begin slowly (which I like), then about 1/4 of the way, they speed up and lift the hood in a nice, smooth movement. Closing them is equally smooth, the struts do not seem to "fight" you.

Strut Pic.PNG
Did you have difficulty getting to the bolt/bracket for the hood down in the engine compartment or is it pretty easily accessible? Did it loosen easy enough as well?
 
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