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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-07-2009, 10:36 AM
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Challenger SRT8 Lower Front Belly Pan

I have added the front belly pan for the SRT8 Challenger to our site. On the LX cars, these come with the brake ducts that the SRT uses. The parts catalog does not list these seperately, so we are currently assuming these are included with the belly pan. Looking at all the hardware, it is the same for the SRT and other models, so no additional parts should be required. We have added this to our site at this link, Challenger SRT8 Front Belly Pan with Brake Ducts.
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Re: Challenger SRT8 Lower Front Belly Pan

I wish we could just get the belly pan seperate. I paid $50 some odd dollars for the SRT8 Chin spoiler for my R/T and then found out the belly pans are not the same. I don't really care about the ducts. Still though you guys have the best prices for the kit!

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Does this mean that in order to retro fit an SRT front spoiler to an R/T you WILL need a different belly pan? I just wanted to switch front spoilers for cosmetic reasons; not for extra air to my brakes.

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Re: Challenger SRT8 Lower Front Belly Pan

I do not think it is required, but I haven't tried to add one of these to an R/T. Maybe someone else here has and can chime in.
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