You want, what to the best of my knowledge, doesn't exist. This forum is NOT for "bad guessing" but to exchange useful and helpful information and sometimes pick a bit of fun. Opinions are usually welcome and sometimes promote unintentional nonsense, but they aren't labeled as truth or fact.
That said, there was an engine cover made for 2008 3.5 liter Chargers. I forgot the vendor that made these. The 2008 3.5 engines had aluminum valve covers and the oil fill was located in a different spot. Check the LX Forums, possibly you can find one and modify it to fit your engine or make your own and share it with the SE Forum.
ghostadance is your source for the 09/10 SE engine cover. Uses a modified infiniti G35 cover or something. Dgibson has one on his car as well. you can send them PM's and I am sure they will get back to you
you want an engine cover, well you got to make it yourself.
as stated above, I used a G35 engine cover and found an original Chrome Six Pack air breather cover off of ebay and also put the original decals lesss the 340 on the six pack decal. mounting brackets were special made
wasnt cheap, the chrome cover was $100, the G35 cover was $90 , brakets cost me about $15, decals were around $20
Ghostdance made one out of a RT cover but he had to use 2 of them to make it complete.
they now make a cover for the V6 for the 2011 models.
or modify a 2011 3.5 cover (new SE has one) - modify an R/T cover - modify a BMW cover - modify a 3.5 Charger cover - etc etc etc
however - as DGib knows (but NOBODY has seen) I decided to design and build a KNOCKOUT SE engine bay for GHOST Version 03 back in September - it bugged me to walk down a row of Challengers and compare how PLAIN the SE egine bay is too how nice you can detail an R/T engine bay - all will be revealed at the March 27th TOC Roundup
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