Yeah no doubt, in a very good way though. Your black/yellow contrast really makes it pop, prepare to get a lot of attention I find myself watching my shaker a little too much when driving sometimes lol. You can't help it though, it's like looking at a woman with a really nice ass or perfect cleavage, mine has definitely brought a lot of owner happinessThanks, It looks different for sure.
If possible, it could be a good alternative for someone who wants an aluminum hood, but is not as resourceful or willing to make the bracket adaptor for the 392.That would be a good question to have an answer for. I don't know if Mopar used one of the aftermarket shakers as a pattern or if it is there's alone. I know the the Mopar base is different.
Luke,shaker kit in stock and ready to ship, the hood is very light and ecoated same as the factory, the functional shaker could produce slightly higher hps numbers, however only at speed in my opinion,
the shaker does direct fresh air to the box fairly efficiently, the air box seals from the top to the hood, fresh air is forced from the scoop into the back of the box, bottom of the fender and the front behind the headlight
so far from what we have been able to verified, the hood and front fenders on the 15 are different, its our opinion that the hood from a 15 will not fit a 14,
what appears to be the same between 14 and 15, door skins, 1/4 panels, roof and decklid
we know from inside sources, Mopar is working on a shaker kit for both the 6.4 and 5.7 for the 2015, however it will not retrofit and they do not appear to be interested at this time in developing a kit for the 11 thru 14 6.4 cars
you will see an option for a shaker on the 15, but nothing except the 2000 numbered cars for the 14 model year