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I have a 2010 Challenger R/T 28F and have done the following:
-door sills
-navi mygig
-bluetooth kit
-t-shift handle
-rear carpet mat
-factory mud flaps
-k&n drop in air filter
-fuctional hood scoops

I am debating on the following:
-Mopar CAI
-Hurst auto shifter kit
-exhaust (stock exhaust far too quiet)
-better rims and tires (not all that impressed by the stock R/T rims)
-go wing spoiler

Just looking for the best bang for the buck upgrades.
Or other suggestions. thx.
 

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I have a 2010 Challenger R/T 28F and have done the following:
-door sills
-navi mygig
-bluetooth kit
-t-shift handle
-rear carpet mat
-factory mud flaps
-k&n drop in air filter
-fuctional hood scoops

I am debating on the following:
-Mopar CAI
-Hurst auto shifter kit
-exhaust (stock exhaust far too quiet)
-better rims and tires (not all that impressed by the stock R/T rims)
-go wing spoiler

Just looking for the best bang for the buck upgrades.
Or other suggestions. thx.
Bang for buck.
Mopar CAI - good for looks, instead look at getting a 6.1L air tube unless you want the prettyness factor of the Mopar. You can find an SRT8 airbox on Home - Take Off Auto Parts.com OEM Wheels & Parts at DIY Prices! Buy and $AVE! for about $85.

Exhaust - MBRP sounded really good when I had my R/T auto. Sometimes I wish I stuck the MBRP on my SRT8. Corsa makes a good aftermarket exhaust too.

If you want to capitalize on the above mentioned mods, get a Predator tuner device and start off with the canned 91CAI tune. You'll really see the car "wake up" with the tune. And, as a preference, I turned of MDS as it really got annoying.
 

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Mopar Front Strut Brace and Performance Sway Bars. You'll love 'em if you like going around corners really fast!
 
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