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Everything posted by Speedy

  1. Drone has some AI capabilities and was flying itself after I set it up Pretty slick. Music comes from various places.....youtube has some available direct.
  2. Didn't was the car for 5 months to make this video.
  3. When I had the installer come do Xpel clear protective film on the Hellcat, he highly recommended I consider a ceramic coating as well. Xpel thread/video here: I decided to have him come back out after several friends also recommended the ceramic and swear by its ability to make the car so much easier to clean up.It's impressive stuff for sure. The installer cleaned the car, did a quick paint correction to insure no swirls or imperfections were sealed in, and installed the ceramic. The car had a decent shine to it before, but it was crazy watching it buff to a very high gloss like a just waxed vehicle has. It's super slick to the touch and water just falls off. Went right over the stripes, Xpel PPF, and trim. I asked him the difference between the pro stuff and the consumer, and he said the consumer version is a heavily "watered down" product. The pro stuff can flash cure if it hits any water spots, and if you don't buff it properly will harden and leave marks that take a high level of polishing with a cutting compound to correct, and sometimes even wet sanding if bad enough and the companies producing it don't want the liability so to get the pro stuff you have to go through training and get accredited. Sounds reasonable to me, but just repeating what he told me. He did hit a small water spot by the back bumper where water hid under the panel lip. He did get out his polisher to correct it and reapply a bit of product.
  4. What us1champ said. I have a video on that somewhere on this forum as well. I did both to the Hellcat and you can ceramic coat over the clear protective film.
  5. Dates are set, May 3-5, 2019. Easter's late next year and I've tried every weekend in April and one day we've gotten wet, so gonna try this. Event T-Shirt orders are open: GET YOUR T-SHIRT HERE these will be delivered at registration. Insure you get the size you want and a discount to boot! Website updated with hotel and payment info: www.ChallengerFest.net
  6. No, I don't have time to keep track of all that these days. You guys might be able to get folks to fess up on the FB page or something.
  7. will be good to see you again buddy.
  8. Got it, thanks sir.
  9. Event T-shirt pre-orders are open, pay attention to the deadline Get your CF10 T-Shirt Pre-Order HERE
  10. Nah, just an oil change and probably some new tires before CF10, can't void that precious warranty. Just be sure to bring your wallet with you.
  11. FCA voided another guy's warranty for missing his 6 month oil change interval by a week LOL.....
  12. I heard this forum is full of warranty worry warts
  13. Lol....old doesn't mean slow you con artist!
  14. Careful Greg...you were hiding from me at vmp
  15. This link should work - put in the dates though: http://ichotelsgroup.com/redirect?path=rates&brandCode=HI&regionCode=1&localeCode=en&GPC=CF1&hotelCode=BWGWT&_PMID=99801505
  16. Oh snap! You have to put in the date for the link to work no idea why they did it that way.
  17. Had an event coming up that was using the .500 pro tree, and since I'm used to sportsman I phoned a friend to get some tips
  18. Got it thank you sir!
  19. First post updated with website info. Hotel is scheduled, CF1 is the discount code and pre-payment info on the website as well.
  20. Lots of rumors swirl around out there, so I got some info from folks who actually work with these cars every day.