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Old 03-04-2012, 11:35 AM
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Looking good! What wrap are you planning on going with?

Saw your comment above, and as mentioned, it is a Black Ops Venom hood, price ranges from around $1k-1500 depending on carbon fiber, fiber glass, and inner CF or FG.
I want the c/f...any preferred vendors?
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We sell Black Ops products, give us a buzz whenever you'd like, they range from 1000-1500 depending on materials used pretty much and have a 5-6 week turnaround time on them, sometimes more, sometimes less depending on their workloads of course.

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Old 03-26-2012, 04:18 PM
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So what about emblems? (yes, sorry for the dirt, just rained, and I drove..)

option 1


option 2


option 3 or both,

option 4 or HEMI above the 440 on the front fender.

option 5 - same as above but "7.2" instead of "440"

option 6 - on the side of the raise in the hood (Medic or Venom). I did the 6.8L V10 triton on my Excursion...


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Old 04-20-2012, 10:05 AM
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CST leather, Suede Alcantra installed. Some updated interior photos:

Before:





After:

Front seats, added 440 embossed to the seats and red stitching:



Some inlays in the doors:



Rear seats:



Suede headliner, A,B,C pillar, visors, plastic dyed to match.

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Welcome to the forum! You GOT A great deal!...what color paint you going with... my one suggestion is to get yourself a Borla Exhaust if you really want to hear that thing scream!!
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Put the 440 on the side (option 2)
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Welcome to the forum! You GOT A great deal!...what color paint you going with... my one suggestion is to get yourself a Borla Exhaust if you really want to hear that thing scream!!
Thanks, I appreciate the input. I have painted three of my last five rides flat black. I was planning on trying a wrap this time...

My previous flat black Vette


My past flat Black SRT-10


My previous TBSS


I am going with 1 7/8 - 3" long tube headers, no cats, muffler delete, but resonators in place. I had the same on my Charger, and loved the way it sounded. A little bit extra displacement, and I think it will sound good. I though of using electric cut-outs, if the sound is still to mild.

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The srt10 looks sexy. How did you find such a deal? Dealers auction?
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