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bghook

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  1. Throwing this out there before I return the car to stock and trade it in and sell off the parts: 2011 R/T rear wheel drive Brilliant Black Road & Track package about 33k miles No winters ever Black leather interior Moonroof Mods: ProCharger supercharger with intercooler Cat-back exhaust (made by AP Goelrich- sounds like Flowmaster Super 44) Eibach Proline springs Bilstein shocks & struts Eibach adjustable sway bars Bwoody end links Petty's Garage front strut tower brace SRT Brembo brake conversion with multiple sets of pads/rotors Stainless brake lines 20X9 black challenger repro wheels 275/40R20 BFGoodrich GForce Sport Comp-2 tires 5% tint all the way around (except windshield) I still have most of the stock parts (except wheels) which will be included with car, along with a DiabloSport Intune programmer, a Mopar back up camera kit (not yet installed) and a set of Whiteline poly bushings for the front end and spare lower control arms (not yet installed). What it needs: A tune. The tune ProCharger sends via email is on the rich side. This seems to be pretty common with Procharger. I've tried twice to have them correct it but they have not done so. I was planning on contacting Hemifever to have him remote tune it but the car got put away for the winter before I had a chance. Tires. I wouldn't recommend driving in the rain with these. they are around 3-4/32". Rear bumper cover repair. The rear cover needs some body work from a close encounter with a GTI. It's not really noticeable unless you're looking for it. It never bothered me so I never got around to fixing it. The car is ridiculously fast, making somewhere around 530hp at the flywheel. Corners like it's on rails and stops on a dime. Definitely turns heads wherever it goes. Asking $28,000 or offer. You couldn't buy one and build it for that price.
  2. Hooked on Driving is having their season opener at New Jersey Motosports Park's Thunderbolt road course next friday. Now's your chance to see what your car can really do. No wheel-to-wheel racing, this is non-competitive and purely for fun. Instructors available for beginners. This event is being held along with Modern Mopar forums and JDS motoring. Let's have a strong Mopar presence there! for more info, check out http://www.hookedondriving.com/event-details/HOD_NE_Opener_at_NJMP_Tbolt_w_Modern_Mopar_and_JDS_Apr_12