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New Lug nuts went with the black gorilla locking nuts. I think they look way better than the silver dodge ones
I did the same thing!
 

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Bought it! Waiting for the dealer to call me that it’s ready for pickup. Then I have to get from Long Island to Massachusetts!
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Nobody has done anything to their Trackhawks in 7 months? ;)

I just had my mid muffler replaced with straight pipe. I did the same when I had my Hellcat Challenger and loved it.
It really enhances the driving experience when you can hear that 6.2 rumble.

Ignore the license plate I transferred from my SRT Durango, it will be replaced soon.

 

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Let's hear it rev!
Any downsides to it so far? Droning at constant throttle? Pissed-off neighbors?
 

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Let's hear it rev!
Any downsides to it so far? Droning at constant throttle? Pissed-off neighbors?


The only downside that I have found is if you go to sell it you may have to put the muffler back on. Other than that, I love it. I do not notice any drone running around town or on the highway.
There are a couple loud trucks and a few Harley riders in the neighborhood, so this should not be a problem.



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You might be ok still, depends on where you live. I once did a cut out after the cat on my Evo and was harassed numerous times by the fuzz. Idk, I’m not willing to put up with the hassle anymore n I’m over 40 now.
 

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You might be ok still, depends on where you live. I once did a cut out after the cat on my Evo and was harassed numerous times by the fuzz. Idk, I’m not willing to put up with the hassle anymore n I’m over 40 now.


I'm pretty sure it is still legal, I just meant that not a lot of people share my enthusiasm for a loud exhaust.
So if I were to sell it, I would probably have the mid muffler welded back in. It would only cost about $150 and your back to stock.


BTW, I haven't heard the term, "the fuzz" used since Starsky and Hutch went off the air. ;)


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Switched out the 315/35ZR20 MPSS's for a new set of 20x10 replicas wrapped in 285/45ZR20 Michelin Sport All Season 4 tires to get me through the next 6 months in Wisconsin.
I went with the Michelin Sport AS4's due to all the great reviews on this new tire.
I have only put a few miles on them but I can already tell a big difference in the ride quality switching from a 35 to a 45 sidewall height. It is amazing how much approx. .7 increase in sidewall height can make.

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Do those replicas (I'm guessing they're RW) seem to be well made, as in nicely machined and such?
I'm thinking of doing the same thing for winter use.
 

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Do those replicas (I'm guessing they're RW) seem to be well made, as in nicely machined and such?
I'm thinking of doing the same thing for winter use.
I purchased these wheels off eBay and they are made by Performance Replicas. The wheels have a 2 year warranty on the finish and lifetime on the structure, but they are made in China.
I have had them above 100+ mph and no vibrations or issues.




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