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Hi all,
I am officially putting up for sale 6 Charger Spoilers, designed and made by Mopower.
Group Buy price will be $200.00 + $50 shipping. (normal price will be $225).


http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i317/moshefield/Charger/charger21.jpg

http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i317/moshefield/Charger/charger20.jpg

http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i317/moshefield/Charger/Cspoiler1.jpg

http://www.chargerforums.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=4810&d=1141099544



The spoiler is made of high quality fiberglass, with a 6.5" road clearance. (I've been driving
around for two weeks with it on and it's cleared every curb no problem.
It comes in a black semi-gloss primer, which can be installed as is or painted body color.
It installs in about 5 minutes - bolts are included
Because these parts are very labor intensive, Mopower doesn't want to offer more than he can realistically produce in a short amount of time, so first 6 in the group buy will get them. He will of course make more, but we will be running several group buys at the same time, and must limit each part to a doable number. Please allow 1-2 weeks for production. Items will ship as soon as they are made, in order of payment received.
Any questions, please PM me
Thanks,
Steph - MuscleModz
 

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MuscleModz said:
Hi all,
I am officially putting up for sale 6 Charger Spoilers, designed and made by Mopower.
Group Buy price will be $200.00 + $25 shipping. (normal price will be $225).

http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i3.../charger21.jpg

http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i3.../charger20.jpg

http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i3.../Cspoiler1.jpg

The spoiler is made of high quality fiberglass, with a 6.5" road clearance. (I've been driving
around for two weeks with it on and it's cleared every curb no problem.
It comes in a black semi-gloss primer, which can be installed as is or painted body color.
It installs in about 5 minutes - bolts are included
Because these parts are very labor intensive, Mopower doesn't want to offer more than he can realistically produce in a short amount of time, so first 6 in the group buy will get them. He will of course make more, but we will be running several group buys at the same time, and must limit each part to a doable number. Please allow 1-2 weeks for production. Items will ship as soon as they are made, in order of payment received.
Any questions, please PM me
Thanks,
Steph - MuscleModz
Pics don't work, it says moved or deleted!!
 

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Discussion Starter #7 (Edited)
Sorry - try now.. added a short write up on each pic.

Pic #1
Front view of lower spoiler, and ~1" above that is the lower grille insert (surround)
Hard to tell in these pics, but the insert BEAUTIFULLY matches the shaker scoop and upcoming nose grille (NOT in the pic below) with horizontal slats (see 4th pic). It will all come together very soon. :)
http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i317/moshefield/Charger/charger21.jpg

Pic #2
Front spoiler shot from above - near impossible to see detail of the above insert.
New (unfinished) fiberglass hood with shaker scoop, and my "old" stock hood (against left wall) that was carved up to make the prototype for the current full glass hood mould. Both FULL glass hood w/shaker and the cut-through-the-(stock)-hood w/trim ring and shaker kits are available, and GB for those will be up soon.
http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i317/moshefield/Charger/charger20.jpg

Pic #3
This will give you a "fuzzy & dark" idea of the profile & ground clearance of the spoiler... (better pic
coming soon.)
http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i317/moshefield/Charger/Cspoiler1.jpg

Pic #4
prototype test fit - making the mold came next.. (Nose grille will be available in its own
Group Buy - horizontal slats will be an optional add-on when they are completed - honeycomb will be stock.)
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Discussion Starter #8 (Edited)
Hi yet again...

Here's the response to a question from NYT that was on the OTHER post I'd made with a little more info on the spoiler.
(sorry... going to merge them as soon as I figure out how...)


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Originally Posted by NYT
so this is fiberglass? first time you bump anything it will splinter right?

Hi NYT,
Happy to answer your questions.
Yes, it's fiberglass. Not thin, cheaply made fiberglass, but highest quality with the lowest resin content (by far the best and most durable, but also the most expensive)

As for splintering and durability, I haven't hit any curbs with it in the two weeks I've had it on, but I DID go WAY TOO FAST (for the circumstances..)over a nice DIP, then immediate UPHILL last week and heard it scrape. Pulled over and checked, and even though it's only painted with black primer, I could barely see the scrape, on the underside ONLY - nothing at all on the exterior, and it didn't even go through the primer. It wasn't a hard hit, but with the give of the plastic front bumper, I think that's all that would happen. (that's what Mopower said before I had it, too.)
If you check on the LXForums, do a search for Threads by CoolVanilla and SmokeRT for spoiler, and you can read exactly what they wrote.
They are the first two who installed the Magnum spoiler, and have had them on for a few months. They both address the durability of the spoiler, and I believe SmokeRT DID hit something pretty hard, and was really happy with the results. (no splintering/damage whatsoever).
If you have any other questions, please let me know.
Thanks,
Steph

p.s.
I'll post "quotes" from LXForums members who already have Mopower
parts installed.
Although Mopower started up on the Charger Forum (as I did),
things took a turn to the Magnum side for quite a while, and we
spent much more time on the LXForums covering both Mags & Chargers..
Now that all Mag molds are made, he's working primarily on finishing up
the last Charger molds he started several months ago. We also weren't
Charger Forum vendors until very recently, but now that we are, we'll
be offering Mopower's Charger parts primarily here. :)
 
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