I use Pirelli Scorpion Ice & Snow on my 2012 Charger SRT8. I also used them on my 2009 Challenger SRT8.
They lose a lot of traction in the dry, and can easily be spun up to 50 or 60 MPH. Also be careful in the rain as they tend to lock up a bit on braking, much to my disappointment, and the Mazda in front of me.
why does it matter if it's an SRT8 or not? when there's snow, no matter what power you'r pushing at the wheels you still don't have traction.
2008 SXT Brilliant Black - OEM SRT8 hood, Flowmasters 44s mufflers with a Magnflow X pipe on an RT exhaust, AFE II CAI, astra hammond aluminum louvers, SRT Honeycomb grill with chrome delete and colour matched, De-badged, 20% all around tint, HID HEADLIGHTS projecors HID Fogs, SRT8 Diffuser, Daytona colour matched spoiler, 91 Octane tune, tinted and colour matched tail lights. Red Anodized Billet tech catch can and dip stick. HID back up lights. Daytona chin spoiler. FlashTech LED headlights and taillights halo's.
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