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I took mine off for 2 reasons. 1. It took up the space where I installed my oil catch can. 2. It did look a bit ridiculous. That is why it is referred to as the "wart". I installed the 2011 Charger duct and I haven't noticed any difference in sound or performance. I had my car dynoed and she performed as stated by Dodge at 375 h.p. . I later added the DMH cut-outs and they sound awesome when fully open and then going wide throttle. Scares small children and horses !
Those cut-outs interest me...tell me more please...
Exactly where did you put them...?
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I bought the DMH Cut Outs for $400 and my MOPAR guy installed them for another $450. NY is expensive labor. The DMH cut outs have an oval profile and fit tighter under the car and have a warranty. They are highly used by Kindigit Designs on their car modifications.
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2014 RT Plus/ Automatic
Granite Crystal Metallic
Matte Gray Billboard Decals "Hemi"
BT Oil catch can/blue/ SS braided hoses
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Today I made a rear panel wrap that glows in the dark when headlights hit it just like police cars and fire trucks...
I did the base in the same vinyl I used for the stripes and graphics...except that I laid the grain horizontally as opposed to the stripes...
That gives it a little different appearance although it is the same...


These pictures are with no flash where it looks like gloss black on the brushed black background...
And also using a flash showing how it will look at night with headlights shinning on it...
FYI...The yellowish appearance with the flash will really be more of a white color at night...
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