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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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Old 12-06-2012, 09:18 PM
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I want a rear diffuser option.
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Old 12-06-2012, 11:56 PM
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I want a rear diffuser option.
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Old 12-08-2012, 08:27 PM
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Man Bro, ur car looks amazing! I guess I'm gonna have to paint my skirts to match.. It really looks awesome
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"Don't fix what isn't broken" IMO, body wise, the Challenger is spot on. A rear diffuser wouldn't be that bad though..

The reason we have a lot less options compared to say a mustang or camaro, is that the Challenger is a much smaller market, it's outsold by both cars, so from a business standpoint, it's more economical to produce an aftermarket for say, a mustang, rather than a Challenger.
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but you could be one of the only options in the challenger market as opposed to splitting the mustang market 10 ways.
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IMHO most aftermarket kits, panels just look bad. There are a couple and only a couple exceptions.
I agree, most body kits detract from the appearance. That said I do wish there was more available to individualize challengers. Challenger owners used to complain that mustangs all look alike, now there are alot of challengers around and going to a modern mopar event is like visiting a car lot. Mine was blacked out, had custom wheels and paint was lowered etc when I bought it. At first I wasn't sure about the customizing, but now that there are so many challengers around I'm glad it has them
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the problem with any kits is the cost, development, tooling etc is extremely expensive, so much so, that to most manufacturer the Challenger is simply not a viable vehicle, not enough of them to quarrantee break even or success, hence lots more available for the Mustangs, Camaros, Civics, etc

a manufacturer we are working with are developing some really cool stuff for Chargers, 3 pieces rear spoiler, door pockets, new front fascia, etc, in their mind, simply so much more of those vehicles that to reach a breakeven point is going to be simply much easyer and from a financial stand point a wise move

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the problem with any kits is the cost, development, tooling etc is extremely expensive, so much so, that to most manufacturer the Challenger is simply not a viable vehicle, not enough of them to quarrantee break even or success, hence lots more available for the Mustangs, Camaros, Civics, etc

a manufacturer we are working with are developing some really cool stuff for Chargers, 3 pieces rear spoiler, door pockets, new front fascia, etc, in their mind, simply so much more of those vehicles that to reach a breakeven point is going to be simply much easyer and from a financial stand point a wise move

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thanks for ur info luke. everything you said sounds true...

but i do wish they did manufacturer at least some nice stuff lol
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I wouldn't mind a 'Cuda" front and rear conversion kits!
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I really think dodge hit a home run with the looks of the challenger and there is not much out there because it would be hard to improve the looks unlike the new mustangs or camaros. I do like both of them but they can look great with something like an elenor kit or supersnake kit. the camaro can also look better. only thing to do to a challenger is to maybe lower it with a nice set of wheels but changing the looks is not needed.
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