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sharkcohen

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  1. It does! The ruby red was one of the reasons I grabbed it, I like it with black.
  2. Oh yah, ruby red interior!
  3. I went and did it, traded in my 2012 for a new 2016 Challenger Hellcat with 19 miles on it. A modified 2012 with a blower was fun, but the Hellcat is a completely different beast, it's not even in the same league. I'm very happy with the change.
  4. This is a common complaint with the 2.4L, unfortunately. I had no oil consumption issue with my 1.4L MultiAir in my Dart. I've got a 2017 Fiat 124 Spider now, same motor, also no consumption.
  5. You should run whatever the engine builder recommends.
  6. The covers are not attractive, for sure. I normally leave them off.
  7. Hey, I like my griddle.
  8. Love my E-force, it's definitely an option worth considering. Mine is a street car, it hasn't been to the track.
  9. I'm a fan of gauges.
  10. Trade in for a Hellcat.
  11. OMG this really happened? Lee posted this on Facebook on April 1, I thought it was an April Fools joke
  12. I've read the parts will be available in March, but I don't know if that is true.
  13. That transmission is toast.
  14. BFNY trans, DSS 1 piece aluminum driveshaft, Hellcat rear cradle/diff/axles, and Hemituner TCM is the way to go.
  15. BFNY transmission FTW.