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      10-28-2012, 01:38 PM   #45
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Originally Posted by DiavelM3 View Post
I had an '05 Copperhead edition and it was anything but boring.
The only thing I wasn't crazy about was the cabin heat (even with the top down) but thats easily fixed by installing an aftermarket exhaust (which deletes the center section pipe)..
I heard they fixed that issue in the years after mine....

I stopped by the Dodge dealership today (largest Dodge dealer in the Rockies) and they put me on the list as soon as they get one.
They said it could be Spring
Exactly! Mine was stupid hot in the cabin and my old 2001 GTS burned my leg on the lower rocker panel under the door. I removed the cats, heat problem solved. Also I ordered aircraft grade aluminum heat insulation from spruce aircraft company. Lined the carpet, and parts of the interior with it. Was so well insulated the AC never went on high again
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      10-28-2012, 03:08 PM   #46
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New ones are sweet looking! I ran. 2010 from 20 to 130 a few weeks back and took him by 5 car lengths. He was embarrassed

good to hear you had a fair race............
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