firstname.lastname@example.org is my personal email. I don't know much of what you said on the mods. I'm not very car savvy....yet. Working on it though. I plan on buying a junk yard motor in the near future, tearing it down and rebuilding it so that I can start teaching myself about all this stuff. Never really had anyone to around to teach me and I finally have time and ability to do it. Looking forward to pics. I just got my stock R/TC dynoed about a week ago to get a baseline and was surprised to see 345.5 RWHP off the stock on an auto tranny. Can't say I was disappointed with that until i saw your 700RWHP comment....thats insane!
I know your offer to check out your ride was over a year ago, but I'm hoping you still have your '09 and hope the offer is still on the table. I'm about to be in a position to start doing some stuff to mine and wouldn't mind seeing what some of the people in my area are doing/have done. I'm on vacation until next Monday and would be willing to drive out to Muskego. Let me know.
Thanks Richard, I have been changing the half shafts out of my car since last September I've broken stock ones 3 times, the 1000hp DSS 5 times, my new 1400 came in the other day going to install them over the weekend.
am in chicago area and interested in the hood...i have a white 2010 and would look awesome.....what u looking for in price for it??? I have no idea on what they go for and I would come up to p/u so no worries about BS on "shipping"
Congrats on the new found power very impressive, looking forward to your feedback on your build. Have you and the guys in your area talked about coming down to Challenger Fest it would be nice to meet up and see your ride in person.
Richard, congrats on the build your going to love it also if you are looking to upgrade your brakes do what I did found them on eBay and purchased after they came off from the vendor if you need the information shoot me a PM and I'll get you to my guy....
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