So I decided that today was the day to do this with one good arm and one quasi-usable arm. I figured that a month was long enough of a wait after rotator cuff repair surgery. Install went pretty straight forward with abit of discovery learning along the way. It had been so long since I bled brakes I forgot what to do lol. I bought a 35 dollar vacuum kit from Sears thinking it would make it easier... nope, still had air in lines. Screw it, I just had the wife push on the brake pedal till no more air in the blead tube. All fine now. I tested in front of my house tonight and again a lil further down the street. Neighbors were out front smoking cigarettes and watchin me hehe. I'll take it out tomorrow in good light and ensure theres no pull left or right.
I mounted the switch on the console, forward of the shifter, in the coin tray. I used a safety toggle instead of the the simple flip switch SLP sent with the kit.
Looks pretty but is all hidden now by a 3GCustomz ABS and Fuse Box covers. The less a dealer mechanic sees the better
The red safety toggle in the coint tray is what I installed in leiu of the standard throw switch the kit came with
My right shoulder is a lil sore but not too bad. I had my wife and daughter help with a couple tricky things that could only be done right handed
2010 Challenger SRT8
SRT Max cam, SLP 25% UD Pulley, Jet 180 T-Stat, Solo X-3 catback, 3.73 Getrag, LMI "True" CAI, and Zeitronix ZT-2 AFR.
Cam install and tune by Troy Ding
. Idle Video Dyno 31Aug2012: 414hp/410tq Best 1/4: 12.491 @ 110.26 mph