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maul..... you meen your challenger is finally liveing at your house?
HAHA yeah it finally left the shop. I think the stealership was about to charge me for storage space in their shop. I may get a good week or two to drive it until I store it with my other cars for the winter
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Glad you got it home. Hopefully you got all the bad luck out of your system.


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Installed Flowmaster Cat-back system.

2010 Challenger R/T in Dark Titanium
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I had a decal made today that I want to put on the rear spoiler. It says "Thunder Pumpkin" and is done in a blaze font. The letters are in Orange that is close to body color. I think it will stand out good against the satin black SRT spoiler. My only issue now is where to put it, on the left side or centered over the back-up light. Either way it should add about 15 more horsepower, just like my K&N short ram CAI did.


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My Challenger:
Corsa (Sport) cat-back exhaust
K&N typhoon polished CAI
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As luck would have it I had a scheduled vacation day and it was 70 degrees here in Ohio. I gave it a good washing and waxing and a good cruise. Turned a few heads driving which is always fun.

Why do we have to have winter??? Oh well, tomorrow will be 67 degrees so I will enjoy the weather AND the car...

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Strut covers, & Nose badge today. And a complete engine pic
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FF SRT8 6spd #317. SpeedLogix Catch Can w/Z-Bracket, Mopar CAI, Billet Tech underhood goodies, 3gcustomz ABS Cover, Petty's Garage Strut Tower Brace, Jina's Embroidery, Scat Pack Bee decals, & NO FRONT PLATE



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Had mine washed yesterday and this morning at dawn, took her out to meet some fellow car enthusiasts.


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I've had hood struts I've wanted to put on all week and it needs a bath but I can't get my wife to leave it home long enough to do anything.
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I had to take mine into the shop, leaking right front tire. They found a nail. Had the tire repaired and then took it for a 25 mile drive to reset the TPS. I enjoyed driving down along Ocean Parkway. Sunroof open windows down tunes turned up. Then it was back home for a good washing. Now all I have left to do is wash the car cover so it will be ready for the long winter ahead.
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