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General Information

Year
2013
Make
Dodge
Model
Challenger SRT8 392
Color
Redline Tri-Coat Pearl with black center stripes
Packages
Harmon Kardon audio group, Uconnect 720N, P245 & P255-45ZR20 tires, Electronics convienience group, 5 speed auto
History
Original owner bought it new in Dallas and I saw it on CarGurus at a Tulsa dealers used lot with 7500 miles. I bought it July 3rd 2017 and I'm the second owner. A single rock chip on front bumper is the only flaw found when I bought it. Trunk was perfect and you could eat off the engine. The front tires, P245s are original but are shallow in depth. The rear tires, P255s were new Nexxen's so I assume the 1st owner did a number of burnouts and had to replace the rear tires. I bought new wheels and tires. GT5's by MDD Design, 8.5 X 20 and 10 X 20, the tires are Nitto Motivos in 275 rear and 245 front.

The day I drove it home rain was falling like crazy and the front hydroplaned a few times. That is the only time I have driven in the rain. The owner CD and owner manual were missing as was one key FOB. Local dealer said it had a transmission module replaced. After the 180° thermostat and the Diablo T2 EX Platinum with Jay Greene tune were installed, the car feels much more powerful. A trip to the local dyno showed 418.8 RWHP equaling 492 HP.

Since then I have started running 93 octane with 30% ethanol in it which should be good for 12 HP. It's good for a $0.60 per gallon savings and I get an average of 13.1 mpg vs. 13.9 with 91 octane gas.

The twin engine airplane in the background is the original Airforce One.
2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 (Redline Tri-Coat Pearl with black center stripes)

Modifications

Drivetrain
Catch can
180° T-stat
Diablo T2 Jay Greene tune
Autometer wideband O2 sensor
Interior
LED dome lights.
Exterior
Quarter scoops
Drake fuel door
Sequential tail light wireing
Wheel and Tire
Nitto Motivo 275/40/20 & 245/45/20
MRR GT5 20X10 & 20X8.5

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