MuscleCarProf: That's a great find. Those rocker arm covers look pretty interesting, that's a very large intercooler, and the SC manifold is cool too.
Those are the rear resonators...the "suitcase" was the former muffler that all the '05 - '10 automatics (5.7 or 6.1 engines) had. The suitcase was a large square shaped muffler.
I don't care what they call them, they are coming off before I'm even home ! In fact, they can keep them! That's an extra 50 pounds that won't be on my Challenger.Those are the rear resonators...the "suitcase" was the former muffler that all the '05 - '10 automatics (5.7 or 6.1 engines) had. The suitcase was a large square shaped muffler.
The '11+ automatics went to the individual round (mid) mufflers that were more similar to how the '09+ 6-speed manual cars (5.7/6.1/6.4) cars have for each bank.
All along, the rear resonators are on every V8 trim (and probably the same on the '11+ SXT models as well, when they went to dual exhuast).
The '09/'10 SE models had single exhaust, FYI.
I highly doubt that would happen - with the exception of the Jeep GC SRT, the SRT 6.2 SC model will be one of the more expensive passenger car models with the Viper being the most expensive offered.Wish we could get more info about the Hellcat. I really hope Dodge does not produce such a limited number that they are all bought by Dealers and optioned to the max.
Hope to maybe order a B5 Blue, no sunroof, all standard options, Stripe Delete hellcat.
I'm not sure I agree. I think a lot of folks buy cars like the Z28 for reasons other than tracking them - nostalgia, collectors, and people who just want them for intangible reasons.The 500 Z28's sold quickly because they were marketed to those planning on tracking the cars. The next 2,500 will not sell quickly at all. The number of people tracking the Z28's will have been taken care of with the initial build. The Hellcat won't be sold as a car to be tracked and I doubt there will be a huge demand especially in light of the enhanced SRT8. The new Mustang will be formidable in that they have already announced the GT is better in all aspects than the Boss 302. The upcoming GT 350/500 will be twin turbo so I'm afraid Dodge never gets to the top of the heap. Loved my SRT8 Charger and I still have my SRT8 Jeep but performance wise we always seem to be a half step behind while styling is always two steps ahead.
Mabye you should really read up on what the Z28 is for before you speak. Not many will drop $75 large for a car with no air. It's a TRACK car.For many of those 500 Z/28 buyers, it will only take a couple of weeks of that suspension and Fisher Price interior to get rid of it. That's when those looking for a track car will pick one up.
The thing is if, as reported, GM gets greedy and produces them beyond demand, it could kill the mystique, and the heavy discounting will ensue.
My comment is focused on the Z/28, not GM. The Z/28, regardless of your opinion of me or GM, is a badass mofo, that did create it's own class. No Challenger will compete with that car on a track, simple as that. Could they build a car to compete with the Z/28, yes, will they, no. I won't argue with you any further than this.
Maybe you really need to read some more before you type: the entire Z/28 500 production run is sold out.Mabye you should really read up on what the Z28 is for before you speak. Not many will drop $75 large for a car with no air. It's a TRACK car.
$75,000 gets you Chevy's fastest Camaro Z/28, but no air conditioning? - Los Angeles Times