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Seibon Carbon Fiber Hood — 02-03 Sentra (OE Style)

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Seibon Carbon Fiber Hood — 02-03 Sentra (OE Style)

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HD0203NSSEN-OE. In stock 30 lbs

Description

SEIBON Carbon Fiber Hood: SEIBON Carbon Fiber Hoods are designed to replace your factory hood and accept all hinges, latches and windshield sprayers for 100% Bolt On fitment. Cut weight in style with SEIBON Carbon Fiber Hoods.

All SEIBON Carbon Fiber Hood should be installed with Hood Pins. Although SEIBON Hoods do bolt-on, it is recommended that vehicles that will be used on street or racing circuits use Hood Pins for additional safety.

All SEIBON Carbon Fiber Products are:
* Hand Laid
* ‘Wet’ Carbon Fiber
* Clear ‘Gel’ Coated from the Factory
* Inspected Before Shipping

Additional information

Weight 30 lbs
Dimensions 60 x 45 x 8 in

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