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Introducing the Hurst Elite Series Program

Have you always wanted to buy a Hurst-built performance car, but just couldn't afford the high price tag? Now you can build your own version of a modern day Hurst car at the pace you desire and a cost that you can afford. Our engineers have been hard at work designing the highest quality performance products that you can buy for your modern muscle car, all while living up to the legendary Hurst name. George and his team would be proud!

In order for your car to qualify for the program, it must be fitted with the following Hurst "Elite Series" items: exhaust, wheels, springs, floor mats, graphics and a Hurst shifter. Once you've purchased all six items, contact Hurst directly with your proof of purchase information and we'll add you and your car to our exclusive Hurst "Elite Series" build list. We'll also send you a limited edition metal Hurst "Elite Series" badge for your car and an officially numbered "Hurst Elite Series" build certificate, allowing you to show off your pride of building your very own Hurst "Elite Series" car!








For more information, please contact our Tech Line at 707-544-4761.
 

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To qualify for the badge & certificate, must all of these items be purchased thru your website or can they be purchased through another vendor?
These Hurst parts can be purchased through the vendor of your choice. Once you have acquired all of the components necessary to complete the package, contact us at 707-544-4761 and we will verify. Just be sure to hold onto your receipts/proofs of purchase.
 

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Thanks. How much $$ would an additional elite series badge be?
One Hurst Elite Series badge and certificate will be sent to the owner of the vehicle free of charge after they contact us to verify that they have purchased all of the necessary parts to complete their Elite Series build. Hurst Elite Series badges cannot be purchased.
 

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On your facebook page it says Elite Series will be coming to dealerships soon... Can you elaborate? How soon? Does that mean Dealer-installed? And/or factory ordered? Thanks
 

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On your facebook page it says Elite Series will be coming to dealerships soon... Can you elaborate? How soon? Does that mean Dealer-installed? And/or factory ordered? Thanks
The answer is yes. We are currently working with a few dealerships, many more to come, that will be offering these packages as a dealer-installed option.
 

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Mike,
What is the size difference between the factory srt8 swaybars and yours? I'm trying to finish out the elite program and am comparing for performance. Also what height change would occur for the coil springs?
 

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Mike,
What is the size difference between the factory srt8 swaybars and yours? I'm trying to finish out the elite program and am comparing for performance. Also what height change would occur for the coil springs?
Using a 2014 Challenger SRT as an example, the factory sway bars measure 30mm(front) and 18mm(rear). The sway bars that are included in the Hurst Stage 1 Suspension kit measure 1.38" or 35.052mm(front) and 0.75" or 19.05mm(rear). The Hurst Stage 1 Springs will lower your Challenger approximately one inch and also increase the roll stiffness.
 

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Power Automedia Talks Hurst Elite Series at SEMA 2016

Our friends from Power Automedia dropped by our SEMA booth to check out some of our new products, take a look at the cars, and find out what it takes to transform a modern muscle car into a Hurst Elite Series vehicle.

 
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