Dodgefreak said:I just found the website and it looks pretty interesting. Well I don't have a charger yet but hopefully here real soon I can order mine, but here's my problem. What option does everyone think is a must for a R/T?
Hey Dodgefreak, welcome to the forum. Pay no attention to oldschool, just a troll. There are lots of informed people om this forum who have constructive answers for you. I ordered the performance package for mine, which is a comprehensive and low cost upgradeDodgefreak said:I just found the website and it looks pretty interesting. Well I don't have a charger yet but hopefully here real soon I can order mine, but here's my problem. What option does everyone think is a must for a R/T?
Hey Jim, glad to see you back on the forum. What a great day Sunday was huh.ChargerJim said:Agree with Camero. The Road/Track Performance Group (code AWT) makes the Charger very sweet .... higher horsepower, SRT seats, Performance Suspension, Performance exhaust, power seats, black pocket 18" wheels .... You'll kick yourself if you don't order that package.
I'm sure Camero will enjoy his Black RT with Road/Track Performance Group which will be build pretty soon!
aha, a man after my own heart, right down to the orange camaro, except mine is a 69, dont think I could sell it just now :wink:Penroof28 said:I think that the Road/Track Performance package is the primary option to be selected. You get everything in Convenience Group II, plus the better seats (supposedly superb), better suspension, better steering, wider tires, increased hp, etc., for just a few hundred dollars more than Convenience Group II. It truly is a no brainer, and those without it will want it!!
On order, Black R/T, Road/Track performance pkg, just like "Camero's" (in fact, I just sold my 2002 Sunset Orange Camaro Z28 to help pay for the new vehicle)
Ordered July 15
VIN August 03/05
D1 August 08/05
Projected ship date......August 27/05
wannacharger said:I, too, initially thought I wanted the R/T upgrade (~$1,600) but the more I read about it, the less thrilled I am - especially if your new sled is going to be a daily driver/cruiser. The stiffer suspension means a "bumpier ride"; the modified exhaust means a "louder" ride. Guess it depends on what you're after... I'm replacing my '98 740il and am a bit worried that I'll miss that smooooooooth German ride - I will enjoy the awesome acceleration, even though my current ride isn't too shabby... Jones'n for a Charger!