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Exterior Discussion / Modifications Want to change the look and appearance of your Dodge Challenger? This section is for the discussion of any exterior visual modifications. Examples include wheels, custom paint, grills, etc.

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Thank you I will definitely be spending some savings on this set up.
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AFR also offers a non functional shaker with the shaker fixed to the hood.
(for the SE guys)
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The AFG website sucks or I can't seem to find many challenger parts with details or the costs.
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Has Anyone Installed The Suncoast hood?

I would be interested in your opinion on it. I have a Mopar CAI and do not want to change it since it is the only CARB certified unit in California.

Dodge Challenger 2008-2011 Shaker Style Functional Ram Air Hood (#23006)

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I would be interested in your opinion on it. I have a Mopar CAI and do not want to change it since it is the only CARB certified unit in California.

Dodge Challenger 2008-2011 Shaker Style Functional Ram Air Hood (#23006)

Suncoast Creations shaker hood
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I know this is an older post , but 2 questions:
1. Does the AFR shaker hood come with washer nozzles?
2. Which of these hoods sits up the highest?

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I had to check my install thread pictures. No you reuse the nozzels off your factory hood and will need longer hoses. You can order the hose kit from the factory TA hood.

The hood itself is at the same level as the stock hood, the shaker on the other hand I'm not sure. I'm getting together with a friend at lunch and will take some pictures unless he takes his new Charger.
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