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I have to mount my new billet catch can on the fender because my aftermarket AFR shaker leaves no room to mount it in the normal position.

I want something to cover the ABS system, but with the catch can mounted nearby on the fender I can't seem to be able to come up with anything. Any ideas are welcome. Thanks.
 

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The ABS cover from the Hellcat is plastic, which might be customizable, if you need to trim it. And I've seen them painted. Look in the vendor section, Steve White has them.

Nice looking car, these look great as a drop top!
 

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You'd have to route longer hoses behind the fuse box. Or one hose between abs cover and fuse box, and one behind fuse box.

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This is a Hellcat, but you can obviously go underneath as well. Getting to the can to empty it would be fun though

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All that said, will an ABS cover fit your year Challenger?

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I wonder if anyone has modified an oem or aftermarket ABS cover to fit the pre-2015 cars? They are not too expensive so maybe I will get one and see what I can do with it...
 

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I often see various ABS covers, including the OEM ones listed as 2011+ Challenger

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That is the OEM ABS painted. Hopefully they know something we don't ;)

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Whatever works best for you ;)

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Speedlogix has a sheet metal cover that fits nicely over the ABS block. The nice thing about it being metal is that you can trim/cut/modify it to fit around your catch can or lower the mounting of your catch can so that the cover fits over it. Being metal, it could be painted/powder coated/anodized/whatever your preference to look either custom or like it came from the factory installed.

Speedlogix ABS Cover 2008-2014 3.5L/3.6L/5.7L/6.1L/392/6.4L Challenger

I know that it might be inconvenient to empty your catch can, but the cover comes off easily.
 

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I used the OEM Hellcat ABS cover on my old 2012 RT, then moved it to my SPS later on. Using it on the '12 only took a slight modification where it mounted to the fuse box, I dont remember specifics but it wasn't hard to do at all.
 

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Here's pics of mine I had some modifications to do. First you have to cut the tabs shorter then I had to fab two brackets to the side of the fuse box support. ImageUploadedByAutoGuide1523930301.784016.jpg ImageUploadedByAutoGuide1523930337.116379.jpg ImageUploadedByAutoGuide1523930365.506516.jpg ImageUploadedByAutoGuide1523930382.876623.jpg
 
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