Coming along really nicely!! I somehow missed the start of this thread so welcome to the forum and congrats on finding the right Jeep to complete your project. Your headlights are sick and your color looks awesome!! Looking forward to more updates!
Black 07 Jeep SRT8 - SRT8 Door Moldings - Eibach Springs - Borla S Catback - Stock 6.1L and Stock Transmission with Stage 6 Single 76MM Turbo Kit
10.94 @ 126.97 MPH - Seats Pulled w/ Race Gas
Next on the list: Paramount Transmission and Torque Converter
Well, i placed the order for the engine in the beginning of March ( and paid...) with a promised four weeks lead time. Now, three months later and still no engine I had to shift sequence and priorities a bit, so i started finishing off the outside. The car is currently being wrapped in 3m 1080 satin. Probably done next week. I am looking for a venom or medic hood to finish off the outside.
Also, looking for a single large oval exhaust tip like Murcilago, but I am coming up short. Any ideas?
You can get the challenger one a little easier and cheaper it seems, have them on ebay for around 865. Don't know about quality.
Awesome build man. When did you actually purchase the Jeep? Seems to be going fast, and that makes it even better!
You should make a thread of some of your past builds, they seem badass as well!
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'06 slate pearlcoat SRT10 Viper Convertible, H wheels..11.94@118. stock....for now.
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'04 GTO, yellow jacket , 6spd, on NOS...(8.2@???, spinning through 2nd)...SOLD
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