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Post your silver and grey pics here

Post your silver and grey pics here-imageuploadedbyautoguide1352071351.152118.jpgPost your silver and grey pics here-imageuploadedbyautoguide1352071374.024501.jpg


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I dechromed and debadged my grille for a cleaner look. I like it all black.

The pic to the left has the R/T and the pic in the center does not.
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Here's my 2011 billet metallic srt8
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Here's my 2011 billet metallic srt8
ohh I like the 392 in the grill...sorry I might have to steal that idea.
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Here's mine...2009 R/T in Dark Titanium Metallic with just under 6K on the odometer...
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Originally Posted by NX91Notch View Post
ohh I like the 392 in the grill...sorry I might have to steal that idea.
Go for it. I'm happy with the way it looks. I do think that it's overkill with the badges on the fenders though. I just haven't gotten around to taking them off. I thought about putting the classic challenger script on the fender but I am leaning toward just removing the badges and leaving it at that. I like the clean and simple look.


Also I would suggest either purchasing a new set off of eBay or something or talking to your dealer's body shop. The badges come in an applicator of sorts. They are held together in a template and you just remove the tape backing, put the emblem on, and pull the template away. Unfortunately I needed body work and new paint early on and my dealer's body shop gave me all the spare parts and that's what got me thinking.

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I dechromed and debadged my grille for a cleaner look. I like it all black.

The pic to the left has the R/T and the pic in the center does not.
I have been thinking about whether or not to put a hood badge on my RT.


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Very nice. I like how the SRTs sit lower with less fender gap. Should I get the SRT suspension or Eibach Pro-Kit on my RT?


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