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Discussion in 'Pics and Videos Buffet' started by GOTSVT?, Nov 3, 2019.
Alllllll of this.
If someone swapped to a better street tire on a mustang no one in their right mind would say it isnt stock anymore.
Demon has a drag radial from the factory. Throwing on a set of better drag radials is not modding the car.
Also why does anyone even bring up the DA? Its still not as good as the night Dodge ran their 9.65.
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I guess a lot of people do not know what OEM means.
Demon + crate is OEM, and therefore the car is stock.
I think it's simple
1. Demon is a badass fast car, and Dodge has continuously moved the benchmark
2. Not all of us consider HP/quarter times the sole criteria for the muscle car throne
3. Not that I really care personally about minor mods....but Demon owners that say "stock, showroom, OEM...etc" and then put M/T tires or similar for added traction and post a time to the internet...what do you expect from the internet warriors? These people want nothing more than to call you out for tires/a damn air filter/ a catback..... how about titling a video "stock with M/T's..." and avoiding this?!
Call me neutral it's bad ass to me the Demon is straight line king (at the moment), ZL1-1LE holds its own on the road track, and GT500 could be the best of both worlds.
Problem is the CFTP doesnt come with the splitter installed so it wont be stock when getting its best lap times
I do but you have to have some ground rules so your comparing apple to apples. If not you just have some fools arguing on the internet.
Yea but you can not name another car on the planet that has a crate like the Demon, there are no oranges to compare it to. The FRPP catalogue is simply not the same thing in the slightest.
By your standards the ACR's lap times are all modified, the CFTP's official lap times (when we see them) will also be null and void, hope you are prepared to argue how those are stock lap times...
So your position is because they aren't installed during shipping so they won't be damaged (But installed @dealer prior to sale) is that same? Cars aren't installed with locking lug nuts but put on at the dealer, so now every car sold is modified? Really? did you think this out before your wrote it?
I’ll argue that if you can answer yes to all four questions, it’s factory and not aftermarket.
You sound like someone who’s painted themselves into a corner.
Just to be clear, Dodge didn't run the 9.65 on the Nittos either, so....?
What if you bought a car that from the factory, came with a pre-installed aftermarket exhaust, like Borla.
You decide that you don't like the sound, and change it for a different brand, but, same exhaust and function.
Does that mean you modified the car or is it still considered "stock" ?
It's not like the OP went from a DR to a Slick. He literally changed brand tires and ran in insane DA.
almost got hooked on the fukery and made a post, not today satan
Easy answer. Modified. Not stock.
2. No , as you have to contact dodge in order to get the crate package
3. No, same as above
4. Yes, best thing about dodge. Aftermarket kit thats warranty.
2 out of 4 not bad.
Any 60-130 times for the Demon?
The question was "Is it included in the purchase price of the new vehicle?"
You're saying it's not?
The question was "Is the part available at any dealership?"
You can buy a Demon at any Dodge dealership and get the crate.
the ironic part of all this is when the GT500s hit the streets, some will inevitably get run at the track with race fuel/tune and bigs n littles. If the times rival or beat the demons it will be hell to pay because the GT500s arent "stock" anymore. LOL
once pandora's box has been opened, it cant be closed again
No, it won't. It's not that hard. If you change it from the way it was driven off the showroom floor, it's not ****ing stock. How hard is that?