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Old 01-13-2013, 02:30 PM
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Calliber srt4 ?

Looking to get a clean Calliber srt, anything I should know, and what to check for before I sign?
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Old 01-13-2013, 04:37 PM
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Come on peep's I need to know by tomorrow if I should get this cool looking srt??
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i knew a guy that had one of those when i lived down in phx, it hung with a 2001 procharged ss camaro pretty damn well. i like em, but don't know much about them. sorry
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Maybe go to a Caliber forum for more info.


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My gf wasted what was a stage 3 (whatever that means) at the track. They can be quick if launched right. I think it would be a good daily driver. I would be all over the srt-4 forums if I were you. Bump for more info for OP.
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I think the Mopar Stage mods comes with a factory warranty as well.
The Neon SRT4's are highway monsters so the Caliber's should be similar.


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Thanks all, will do!!
This thing is clean with no curb rash lol, gonna test er out on my lunch break Monday.
I will chime in on the outcome.
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I own both the neon srt4 and the caliber srt4, they are somewhat the same but the caliber is about 400 pounds more. The LCA's on the caliber are weak and should be replaced around 40k, I know some guys that have the stock clutch with 120k miles on it. I still have the stock clutch with 71k on it and its still running strong. Also there is no such thing as a stage 3 for the caliber, it only has a Mopar Stage 1 kit and that only includes the PCM upgrade. If you want to find some info on the go to CaliberSRT4.net and talk to RealTune, they have some really great products on these cars. Also you can make about 310 HP with just a upgraded PCM called the MS1K from RealTune. If you have anymore questions just ask me!

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I own both the neon srt4 and the caliber srt4, they are somewhat the same but the caliber is about 400 pounds more. The LCA's on the caliber are weak and should be replaced around 40k, I know some guys that have the stock clutch with 120k miles on it. I still have the stock clutch with 71k on it and its still running strong. Also there is no such thing as a stage 3 for the caliber, it only has a Mopar Stage 1 kit and that only includes the PCM upgrade. If you want to find some info on the go to CaliberSRT4.net and talk to RealTune, they have some really great products on these cars. Also you can make about 310 HP with just a upgraded PCM called the MS1K from RealTune. If you have anymore questions just ask me!

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How did u figure out what production number ur caliber was ?
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How did u figure out what production number ur caliber was ?
There is a registry on calibersrt4.net that if you know the vin number it will tell you which one you have and build date to. Since there were only a little over 5k made they have them all buy year and date they were built.
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