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Carbon Fiber Articulated NACA Air Scoop

$99.00/Each
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Part# 05-12876

Overview

Bonehead Composites created this air scoop to allow the hose to be run off the scoop at various angles. Made out of compressed molded carbon fiber and accepts a 1-3/4" hose, the scoop dimensions are 7.5" x 3-1/8", with a 9/16 flat flange for mounting. Included is a cutout template giving you the ability to place the cut in your desired location.

Made in the USA

Customer responsible for all cutting & assembly

Reviews

I would’ve considered giving it five stars but the description shows that there is a template included. It is not. It’s just two pieces tossed in a box. I called the manufacturer and they do not even make a template.

Sam
January 14, 2019

This NACA scoop is misrepresented on the description! It says that a template for the needed cutout was included! This NACA scoop does NOT come with a template to cut the aircraft skin for installation! You will have to do your best to design your own scoop opening and hope it works!! I am more than extremely disappointed that there is no template for this scoop. Even though the description states there is a template included, there is NOT. When I contacted the company for the template, they said they dont include it any more and said it was for locating the duct and not for the NACA opening?? Clearly a template is not needed for locating a duct when you have a duct in hand. Very disappointed!!!!!

Rick W
March 29, 2022

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