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Old 07-26-2015, 12:54 PM   #1
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NEW ACS Camaro 4Teen Hood Extractor Conversion Systems For Gm’s 23176238



New ACS Camaro 4Teen Hood Conversion Systems, Pn 33-4-171, 33-4-173 and 33-4-175
Innovation is key to the ethos of ACS and even when existing products are of a high standard we don’t rest until we know that we have done our best to fulfil our commitment to style, synergy, functionality and product design. These elements come together in our new hood conversion system for the 2010-13 Camaro and 2014-15 LS LT hood.

In accordance with customer demand we have come up with two distinct options, each of which improving on the existing method of hood modification. Many have already crafted GM’s 14 SS extractor scoop GM’s Pn 23176238, owners quickly realized it looked great from the outside but not so great once the hood was open. On a first rainy day they also realized the risk involved of getting water all over critical engine electronic…. At ACS we stepped in and raised the install to a whole new level, in addition to making the hood modular with the option of two hood styles




http://acscomposite.com/collections/camaro-2010-2013/products/acs-camaro-2010-13-4teen-hood-conversion-kit


2014-15 Camaro SS Hood inserts on a 2010-13 Camaro Hood or 2014-15 LS LT V6 Camaro Hood

Kit includes:

1 – Genuine Gm SS Hood Extractor insert painted Satin Black, Gm pn 23176238
1 – ACS 4Teen Water Tray
1 – Outer Hood Trimming Template
1 – Hood liner Trimming Template
6 – M6 Nut with Mounted Washer
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ACS TLE 46-4-011 Hood insert on a 2010-13 Camaro Hood or 2014-15 LS LT V6 Camaro Hood

Kit includes:

1 – ACS Tl1 Hood Insert Pn 46-4-011
1 – ACS 4Teen Water Tray
1 – Outer Hood Trimming Template
1 – Hood liner Trimming Template
6 – M6 Nut with Mounted Washer

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Can be modified to to clear top mount superchargers, and still retain water management.

Whichever option you plump for, you will not be disappointed. All our parts as ever are high spec RTM composite material and at ACS we remain proud and vigilant to excel in a market where high quality meets competitive costing; achieving low cost, stylish, light weight, aerodynamic and durable OEM components.


Option 3, ACS 4Teen Water Tray Only for GM’s 14’SS Extractor 23176238, Pn 33-4-171


You have already installed a 2014-15 SS Insert, pn 23176238 on your 2010-13 Camaro and not happy with the homemade mounting system, you want to add a water management system the extractor to protect crucial electronic components located on top of your engine ? Retrofitting the install with a ACS 4Teen water tray is the right upgrade for you.

ACS Camaro 2010-13 4Teen Hood Water Tray Only

We have:

Created kits with templates and a proper inner panel
Detailed instruction pack to remove the required bracing in order to achieve an appropriate flange for our inner panel
Added a water management system to direct water towards the front over the radiator while still extracting heat and high speed pressure build up at high speed.

https://youtu.be/4Kxys6UBMr0

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Old 07-26-2015, 02:58 PM   #2
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..Would look good with the rest of my ACS stuff
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Old 07-27-2015, 05:48 AM   #3
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Any plans for a kit that meshes with your underhood liner?
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Old 07-27-2015, 07:08 AM   #4
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We will have a hood liner trimmed to match this setup available soon.

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Old 07-29-2015, 07:02 AM   #5
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We will have a hood liner trimmed to match this setup available soon.
If it looks "finished" without the rain tray on at all then you have yourself a winner.
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Old 09-03-2015, 09:08 AM   #6
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Free bump. Has anyone done this from ACS?
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Old 09-09-2015, 01:05 PM   #7
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New assembly video, install vid to come

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Installed the TLE Hood Insert, Side Skirts, Front Splitter and Wind deflectors. Look great!



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Old 12-05-2015, 07:07 PM   #9
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I recently bought the kit (havent installed yet). Seems like the water tray is restrictive? Might install without it?
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Old 12-05-2015, 07:25 PM   #10
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I recently bought the kit (havent installed yet). Seems like the water tray is restrictive? Might install without it?
You are correct, if you wish to optimize the design, you can trim the rear section, you'll notice we made a recess, by trimming the highlighted area, you can retain adequate water management and increase extractions.

Keep in mind, the extractor does work by creating a vacuum. So the top surface and foil shape is more important than the panel on the inside.
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couple questions ACS.

1. where is that install video? cell phone plus someone who knows what they are doing. what the hold up
2. any pics of 4teen compared to the oem version side by side. again cell phone two cars done.
3. any risks running this with the big mouth for the vent and cutting out the highlighted area
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couple questions ACS.

1. where is that install video? cell phone plus someone who knows what they are doing. what the hold up

We will need to re-record the install, footage what corrupt. We do have a youtube assembly vid.




2. any pics of 4teen compared to the oem version side by side. again cell phone two cars done.

By OEM, do you mean, no insert ad with Insert?

3. any risks running this with the big mouth for the vent and cutting out the highlighted area
Actually, installing with the Big mouth would increase airflow and improve extraction.
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You are correct, if you wish to optimize the design, you can trim the rear section, you'll notice we made a recess, by trimming the highlighted area, you can retain adequate water management and increase extractions.

Keep in mind, the extractor does work by creating a vacuum. So the top surface and foil shape is more important than the panel on the inside.
Do you have any pics of it without drip tray? Need to get as much heat as possible out
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