Exterior Discussion / ModificationsWant 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.
All right need you guys help, Im ready order some classic RT stripes from ridergrahpics for my silver rt...
Now im leaning towards flat black, gloss black or red and wondering which color would look the best and pro's and con's to a certain color. "Car is garage kept at home and work and hand washed each time"
Also anyone know if they offer a discount to members????
I think the black stripes look the best on a silver car... and matte black is probably more popular than gloss black. Red would also look good, and would be a little less common--so that could be incentive to go in that direction if you want to be a bit more unique.
I'm about to order stripes myself, and I'm leaning toward silver stripes on my red car... so obviously I think the silver/red combo looks great.
Best thing to do is try to hunt down pictures of the combinations you're considering... even if the pictures aren't exactly the same stripes you want, you can still get a feel for how the colors look together and which color combination you like best.
I am interested in this as well..... BUMP... Wondering if any members can recommend great deals and great quality. I did find a decent priced place called MoProAuto.net but can't verify quality. Any inputs??
iAmPinoy, iAmAirForce, iAmAmerican
2012 Challenger Tungsten Metallic Ralleye Redline
Mods: 15% Tint, RPI Mudflaps, Airaid CAI, 3m Classic Track Body Stripe Kit, Remote Show N Go License Plate, Functional Hood Scoops, Painted Red Calipers, DJ Grilles Phantom Hidden Headlight Grille Upper and Lower.
I've seen white Challengers with red stripes and like that look (also looked good on the anniversary Camaros). Add in a little blue somewhere (badges, wheel caps, calipers) and you've got an All American muscle car. Do a bit more research with black stripes as I've read a few complaints about some, can't remember if gloss or flat black, that faded rather quick or didn't play nice with waxes.
I've used Rider Graphix, and though communication is only via e-mail, it is prompt and he has been very helpful. Either on his site or a forum thread, it shows how some competitors' decals don't align properly with the Challenger's body lines. I will attest that his stuff fits perfectly.
Just a heads up, he uses an Avery decal material that, if you go to a graphics/tint shop, they may not help you due to only being accustomed to 3M decal material.
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