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Hello everyone! First time Trackhawk owner but not new to the Hellcat motor.
I owned a 2017 Challenger Hellcat a few years ago...and have to admit I missed the SC whine very much 馃槀
So I recently picked up this 2018 with (25K miles)...already has a Legmaker intake and a catch can.
This is the perfect "Daily Driver"...very happy to be back in a Hemi!
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Hello everyone! First time Trackhawk owner but not new to the Hellcat motor.
I owned a 2017 Challenger Hellcat a few years ago...and have to admit I missed the SC whine very much 馃槀
So I recently picked up this 2018 with (25K miles)...already has a Legmaker intake and a catch can.
This is the perfect "Daily Driver"...very happy to be back in a Hemi! View attachment 9211
Congratulations, your TrackHawk looks great 馃憤 Also looks like it has lowering springs installed already.

Having an open CAI intake and a carbon fiber hood with an open raised cowl towards the windshield the whine of the supercharger is totally addictive. I enjoy it more that the exhaust roar most days. I'm sure you will too.
 

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I have no idea why I wasted so much money on wheels and tires the stock wheel are so nice on these TH. Well I know why but not sure its was worth it, lol
 

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I have no idea why I wasted so much money on wheels and tires the stock wheel are so nice on these TH. Well I know why but not sure its was worth it, lol
I hear you...I love the stock wheels and have no plans to change them!

However, I did recently have them and the calipers coated with Ceramic Pro and added Gorilla locking black lug nuts.
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I hear you...I love the stock wheels and have no plans to change them!

However, I did recently have them and the calipers coated with Ceramic Pro and added Gorilla locking black lug nuts.
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That鈥檚 the way to go. Ceramic of some kind and gorilla lugs. Change out the pads as well to keep the dust down to a reasonable level.
 
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