I originally thought the B5 was better, as it was a color you don't see on many other cars these days, whereas DWB seemed like a pretty common color. However, after buying my DWB off the lot and living with it this past year, I have realized its the better color for me. It is subtle compared to the "Here I am!" colors of HO, yellow, red, B5, etc..I still get lots of thumbs up and smiles from people, but I believe they are admiring the retro body of my car, and don't even notice the color. Just my 2 cents. I'd take a Challenger in any color...
I think either color is great looking and it would come down to personal preference but the B5 was a limited production color and therefore I would go with it. It is a throwback to the original 70 Challenger color and they are really nice looking in person.
I'd say to go with B5 Blue - you don't see many of that color (run was short) and it hasn't been re-introduced for the Challengers since early 2010 production. Its the same shade (called Surf Blue) on Calibers and PT Cruisers.
DWB isn't as common, but with a dark color like that its going to be like caring for black (swirls, dust, pollen, fingerprints), if you're up for that level of maintenance.
My votes for B5, I have a B5 and the compliments on how bright the color is are endless. B5 (or Surf Blue) was only featured on Challenger RT and SRTs.... Jeep Wrangler, Compass and Dodge Caliber. DWB is featured on every trim of Challenger, every trim of Charger/300/Van/Jeep/Journey/Truck... etc. etc. Now finally Dodge says that DWB on the Challenger 392 is limited production and will be built-out. Still though, like many members said here it comes down to personal taste. I bought my Challenger to be a loud/shouty car that when its parked or on the move looks like a superhero in action. Many people love the shade of deep water blue and the metallic pearl paint that pops in the sunshine. If price is equal go with your heart and be happy with your new muscle car!! I think we can all agree that whatever you choose you'll come out a WINNER! and will be the best decision you make!
Both are good colors. I favor B5 a little more for the color and rarity but that color ended before you could order Super Track Pack and for that reason if I had to choose between the two colors and the DWB had the STP option then I would want it. :bigthumb:
Is it possible to find some how to install or have line lock on my 2012 R/T? Tc off lets me just chirp the tires and that's it..once in a while I'd like to just do a great standing burn out..yes I know hold the brake peddle down is one way to do it, but even then it's not a real burnout because...
First off I would like to thank DionR, who has a 2015 RT manual with STP and launch control, for posting his BCM and ABS module info pulled from alfaOBD.
Basically this all started in this thread, post #38 where DionR mentioned something about adding drive modes using Tazer. Well that and his...
I been online everywhere looking for a clutch pedal switch and cannot find one
I also wanted to know something I just looked online and saw that the push button I saw looked like it fit my ignition will I do anything else or just buy the button and put it in