Ok well here's the pics as requested folks.
Some of the upgrades.
2-12" kicker L7's in factory kicker box paneled off
Kicker 1500x1 amp
Kinetik 1400 battery parallel with the factory battery
Custom srt8 logo plexi lite up with flexiable smd from AAC
All underhood&interior Bt black designer series goodies
Airbrushing by Jay from Jay's Graf-x
Aria carbon fiber intake colormatched.
The airbrushing is white flames with a silver metallic flake on em. For some reason my camera made them look blue.
The airbrushing is great except for some minor issues I have but Jay is going to take care of it when he gets back into town.
Next my 22x9 kmc novas that have been sitting in my closet for over a month will be put on in a week or two.
i see a killerglass in your future Josh
josh when you put the wheels on dont forget that you will need spacers in the front and back. good looking ride
2006 Magnum SRT8
Custom Painted Airhammer
KMC Nova 22x9 22x11
interior, exterior, and underhood bling from BT
Shaved bumper inserts and rear hatch
More to come when the money does
looks good man.... jay did his thang again on ur ride.....
Sick looking ride you got there... Cant wait to see the Novas installed
because i have this wheels i know from experience. i ran the backs without the spacers and messed up my rear brembos. regardless of the offset the measurement that no one talks about is the distance from the back of the spokes to the back of the hub is the distance you need to figure out if a wheel will clear a big brake kit. this sounds like the offset but the actual offset is measured from where the spoke is attached to the wheel tub to the back of the hub. Where you need to measure to see if it will clear is about mid spoke or where the caliper will pass on the spoke.
and i believe you i'm not disagreeing with you i'm just trying to figure out how much the fronts would need to be pushed out if the reark cannot clear.
cos looking at my stock wheels, the front brembo looks close to them but the rear brembos are far away from the back of the spokes.
so i'm thinking if you need spacers for the rear, you are going to need way more than 3mm spacers for the front because the difference between the crearance from my brembo to the back of my stockers is over 3mm difference between front and back from my eyes' ruler. oh well.
that airbrush rocks!
6.1L Hemi Registry #1020
Custom airbrush (!), stainless steel motor bay, stainless steel Air-Hammer, stainless steel Magnaflow Cat-Back, shaved door handles and rear wiper, HID's w/halos and tinted tails.
Thanks for the kind words guys.
Yeah I know about the spacers. I also know a guy that ran spacers on just the fronts on his msrt. He has 22x9's all around also. Hey Jon is your issue due to the 22x11's in the back bro?
i remember test fitting the 22 x 9 in the back and it had the same clearance issues as the 22 x 11.
and sorry nuvie if that came out like me being a dick. i was trying to type really fast so i could get off work
That set up in back is nice..! I'm jealous still working on mine to hold 2-12" kickers and 2-10" pioneers.. And that airbrushing is awesome!
i am slightly worried about the front but did not think the rear coul;d possibly need spacers from looking at the size of the rear brakes.
i guess i just have to wait till i have the wheels and if they dont work, there are a certain wheels coming out soon that;ll look right at home on our MSRTs i'll jump on.
feel me Josh?