Should Owners Be Tuning Their Dodge Challengers?

Review

Wiked Kustomz knows when not to mess too much with a good thing.

We have to honestly admit that sometimes tuning jobs don’t turn out so well. In fact, they can be downright horrible. But hey, that’s why we have Car Mod Atrocities. But today’s unboxing review is anything but an atrocity. In fact, it’s one of the best-looking modified Dodge Challengers we’ve seen, and thanks to the crew over at Wiked Kustomz we were given exclusive access to their creation which started out life as a stock Challenger SRT 392.

Powered by a 6.4-liter V8 with 485 hp and 475 lb-ft of torque, its owner preferred to go with the optional eight-speed automatic instead of a six-speed manual.

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Instead of changing the interior, which is just fine as is, Wiked Kustomz focused on the exterior and even there the modifications are very subtle. By adding a set of larger wheels tires, lowering the ride height, and adding a front splitter, this Challenger SRT 392 looks unique and yet its badass muscle car physical presence has been left fully intact. Special thanks to Wiked Kustomz for letting us film the car.

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