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post #31 of 131 (permalink) Old 12-15-2012, 08:59 PM
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optional 3.73 gears with antislip diff for autos.
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It would also be cool if the 392 cars came with forged motors. I mean, they would rev faster.....at least that would be my compelling argument to Mr Gilles.
Those two options would be sweet.
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Inflatable side bolsters. My Thunderbird SC had those-in 1995!

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Options and Quality improvements

Like the factory shaker hood option but it's gotta be functional.

Sturdier sheet metal eg: thicker, improved temper, whatever it takes. I want to be able to lean against my car without fear of denting it for cryin out loud.

Supercharge option for the SRT to at least 575 HP. Comon already, Hurst did it. I know you guys can too.

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I would like to see back side windows roll down and you could order hand crank windows and three colors interior white red black and order what size of engine you want for your car and thicker sheet metel on the outside of the car so you do not have to worry about somebody leans or sit on your car they will not dent it and different wings for the car not just one and different style of hoods also I guess we should be glad they made the challenger We can only dream HEMIB5BLUE
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Would love to be able to get the 392 drivetrain with the big brakes from the SRT in the RT Classic trim package. Lose the seats, the forged wheels, the electronic suspension, the big dollar audio, and give me a maximum performance model below the SRT. Put a shaker hood option out there too. Build them in Plum Crazy, Hemi Orange, Sublime and Torred. I would order one tomorrow.
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Would love to be able to get the 392 drivetrain with the big brakes from the SRT in the RT Classic trim package. Lose the seats, the forged wheels, the electronic suspension, the big dollar audio, and give me a maximum performance model below the SRT. Put a shaker hood option out there too. Build them in Plum Crazy, Hemi Orange, Sublime and Torred. I would order one tomorrow.
that package, in plum crazy, with a shaker and I'm all over it.



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Thicker sheet metal, thicker paint, better exterior constructions (rocker panels) manual V6 options.. and no more 5 speeds.. and AN ACTUAL BLACK INTERIOR. not grey

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My short list would be:

1. Lower gear ratios.
2. Shaker hood.
3. 10" wheels and 295/20 tire option.
4. Hood pins.
5. Spare tire & jack for SRTs.

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Deeper rear wheel tubs for bigger meats on the back. Calid AE ( no throttle hesitation) . No computer updating without proper explaination how it may affect the performance of your car without owners permission. Old school aluminum Go Wing and Louver package. 200 more HP. Forged 5.7 engine option. Hurst shifter factory option. Real chrome wheels. As per chrome clads without the plastic.


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wide tires. 255 in the rear is a joke. Should come with an option for 10.5 rear wheels and 295 tire or wider. Front should be 9" -9.5 " with a 275 at least on the SRT models

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