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Poison Spyder

Poison Spyder Hood Louver - JK

TA-PSC17-53-010
The Poison Spyder Hood Louver helps keep your engine running cool by promoting airflow through the engine compartment. Many factors can contribute to high under-hood temperatures, which can translate to higher engine coolant temperatures and overheating. Headers, slow speeds, flex fans, and the cramped spaces of the engine compartment can all contribute to increased heat and reduced airflow. This Hood Louver kit frees up airflow through the engine compartment, allowing hot air to escape and cooler air to be drawn in through the radiator, improving cooling of both the engine coolant and under-hood air. Rock-crawlers and slow-moving vehicles are especially susceptible, as slower speeds naturally result in reduced airflow. Poison Spyder Hood Louvers are crafted from quality, thick gauge aluminum sheet. They are CNC laser-cut and precision die-stamped. Aluminum makes the hood louver both light weight and corrosion resistant. But its thick enough to add some rigidity to the Jeep's notoriously thin sheet metal hood, helping to reduce "hood wobble" at speeds. Hood Louvers are fairly easy to install but do require some drilling and cutting of your hood. Stainless steel fasteners are supplied, as well as a full-size template with instructions for cutting the airflow holes in the hood.
Product Details & Specs
  • Fits 2007 to 2013 JK Wrangler, Rubicon and Unlimited
  • 2 and4-door
  • Bare aluminum
  • CNC laser-cut and die-stamped
  • Keeps engine cool
  • Easy installation with template
Shipping & Returns
Shipping will be calculated at checkout using the best available freight based on your location. Some large items and or oversized items can be purchased and the Double Black team will email you within 24 hours with a seperate freight invoice.
Downloads & Manuals
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