...and then also bought a wood-grain retro-fit kit. I figure I can swap back when I want, the carbon fiber does look awesome, but the retro-wood grain grip and old school shift-pattern lens are THE BOMB!!!
I don't see anymore wood grain grip/lens kits like this on ebay, but keep a look out if you want to go this route.
Thanks Tom, no it shifts great, better than the stock unit. Short throws with positive engagement. There are no clearance issues. It is noisier than the stock unit though, you can hear some transmission noise coming up through the tunnel. I plan on digging back into mine at some point to put some of the stock rubber mounting bushings to reduce some noise(apparently there isn't much loss in shift motion/feel) and also to put in a modified throw rod(Larry's mod) because some people have broken those Hurst shifters because the throw rod they come with is weak. I will say though, I have had zero issues with it so far, doesn't seem like it is getting loose or it will break.
Just hooked up my new pcm & used my Diablosport i3 today for my Scat Pack A8 Shaker. Wonderful to finally skip over my old issues with MDS by turning that sucker off instead of having to leave my Tazer in all the time. Loaded the 91 octane tune. However I've had some issues:
I've had my '16 392 Shaker for a little under a year now; one of the first mods I did the day after purchasing was the mid-muffler delete (sounded beautiful, knew I had to do it instantly as my previous R/T was louder than a stock Scat Pack). Never had drone/resonance issues...
I contacted Dodge SRT a couple of weeks ago to inquire on the production numbers for our Yellow Jacket Challengers. Here is what they had to say.
Vehicle Description: DODGE CHALLENGER SRT-8 TWO-DOOR HARDTOP
Good afternon According to our records, there were 1,310 Dodge...