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I'm smitten! #2 (2015 Naturally Aspirated SRT Challenger)

Okay, so, wow! I've been lusting after the '15 392 Shaker Scat Pack, and now the '15 SRT naturally aspirated 392 model has been announced?!?

Amazing.

I love the SRT wheels I'm seeing on the Dodge site, kind of Minilite-ish, love the AAR style hood, also the bigger brake option which I think is exclusive to the SRT line...

Wondering about the lower part of the rear end, where the exhausts exit, and that bulge, though.

Do like how the hood doesn't have the extractor vents as the Hellcat does. And maybe the air intake on the SRT is a bit more...subtle...compared to the Shaker? Is that even possible on a car like this?

Need more information. Assuming each is optioned for performance, what are the real differences between the 392 Scat Pack Shaker and SRT 392, I wonder?

Inquiring minds need to know.

This is heady stuff.

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We won't know until they release the info and prices. I'm very curious too. I think a hellcat is out of my league but a new srt in a couple years would be a good option. Can't imagine those upgraded brakes, mine blew me away with its little 4 pistons

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Okay, so, wow! I've been lusting after the '15 392 Shaker Scat Pack, and now the '15 SRT naturally aspirated 392 model has been announced?!?

Amazing.

I love the SRT wheels I'm seeing on the Dodge site, kind of Minilite-ish, love the AAR style hood, also the bigger brake option which I think is exclusive to the SRT line...

Wondering about the lower part of the rear end, where the exhausts exit, and that bulge, though.

Do like how the hood doesn't have the extractor vents as the Hellcat does. And maybe the air intake on the SRT is a bit more...subtle...compared to the Shaker? Is that even possible on a car like this?

Need more information. Assuming each is optioned for performance, what are the real differences between the 392 Scat Pack Shaker and SRT 392, I wonder?

Inquiring minds need to know.

This is heady stuff.
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We won't know until they release the info and prices. I'm very curious too. I think a hellcat is out of my league but a new srt in a couple years would be a good option. Can't imagine those upgraded brakes, mine blew me away with its little 4 pistons
Hellcat's prolly out of my league too, I like naturally aspirated engines anyway, and the cleaner look of the SRT hood and wheels. And the Hellcat is prolly out of my league; did I say that already?
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I agree! I love the look of the 2015 SRT Premium, got to get me one next year after I come back from Korea, (got to go there this fall for a year) saving my pennies till then!!! I will prolly sell my 08 SRT and store the YJ of course!!

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Am I missing something here? The SRT392 was not just announced. It's been out for months.
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