I solemnly swear to keep all hand tools and associated parts out of the reciprocating assembly. :lol:Brillant, I always had a soft spot for them. Looks like you are having a blast with it even if it may not have as much torx as your jeep.
Yeah, and it's funny how Europe got the Touring until 2010 while we lost the Magnum after 2008. Super-easy to swap the front ends if you feel like it, the LX platform cars are extremely modular.This looks so odd to me, I'm used to the 300C version. 300C touring.
Hmmm, brass-finish Hellcat reps, eh? I love the colour of the Mopars but the reps don't seem to have the colour quite right. Also kicking around the idea of the Jeep SRT Spider Monkey reps but I can't seem to find the factory Hyper Silver finish on any reps that have the right bolt pattern. Matte black maybe? Agh I hate wheel shopping.Set of Brass-Monkey replicas would look superb on that beast.
Thanks! Throttle response has been fine so far, it's a smooth application of power rather than a jerk (unless it kicks down, obv.) but there's no hesitation if you step on it. I'm not usually a fan of drive-by-wire but this one feels quite natural compared to others I've driven. Throttle can be slightly hesitant at slow speeds but I assume that's an ECU/TCS thing so you don't whomp the thing into the wall in the parking garage.How's the throttle to to pedal response?
The stock exhaust is well-designed, it's reasonably loud on acceleration and doesn't drone while cruising. Big exhausts on these motors tend to drone (from what I've read), maybe I'll stick some electronic cutouts on it post-cat so I can choose between normal and hooligan!Straight pipes plz
(or as straight as it needs to be a fun level of loud)