HEADHUNTER 2009 DODGE RAM - SICKKK BUILD!!!
A quick walkaround of the 2009 Dodge Ram "Headhunter" at Turkey Drag 2011 near Tyler, TX - 12/3/11. Be sure to check us out on Facebook at Triple-X Motorsports & Outdoors for all the latest updates! http://www.facebook.com/TripleX.Motorsports Robbie wanted a big truck. To help him with that, the team at B&C Off Road, in Pasadena, Texas, bolted on a massive 16-inch lift from 3rd Coast Suspension. Much of the suspension was powdercoated green and black to match the soon-to-be-sprayed custom paintjob. To give the Ram an even higher stance, a 3-inch body lift was installed. Chrome Fox Racing shocks do their best to damp the ride provided by Mickey Thompson tires mounted to 22x12 Fuel Off-Road Hostage wheels. Big 15-inch, six-piston brakes from Baer do an incredible job of bringing the lifted beast to a screaming halt. Powering the Dodge down Arkansas highways is a 5.7L Hemi with American Racing Headers long-tube headers, 3-inch Borla Cat-Back Exhaust, Airaid intake, and a custom DiabloSport tune created by AJ Berge of www.shophemi.com. All of that power is needed to churn those massive tires, which is aided by an extended driveshaft and Yukon 4.88 gears from Randy's Ring and Pinion. Giant trucks are things of beauty, but no one is going to call this truck beautiful. It is, however, one of the most highly detailed airbrushed trucks we've ever seen. Ed Williamson (www.kustompaintbyed.com), is the man responsible for the talent and brains behind the airbrush. The Wichita, Kansas, native drove down to Arkansas and used PPG Lime Squeeze Metallic and Brilliant Black Metallic paint from Patrick at NCS to create an automotive work of art. Skulls, animal carcasses, and other rotting life forms are all visible and provide an eerie feel that makes you want to check your pulse just to be sure you're still alive. The graphics are absolutely insane, and they are easily Robbie's favorite mod to the truck. Ed even went as far as painting a custom front skidplate and the B&C-modified driveshaft. A twin-scoop Suncoast Creations ram-air hood, Anzo USA projector headlights, RBP grille and step bars, and a Westin lightbar with off-road lights add to the Ram's impressive appearance. Inside the doors, much of the plastics were smoothed and painted, which gave Ed another canvas to airbrush skulls on. Two 12-inch Alpine subs are housed in a custom fiberglass center console built by Kris Carroll of California Customs, and two-tone brown and tan leather seats add to the good looks of the Ram's interior. Keeping constant voltage for the audio is a DC Power 280-amp alternator and Kinetik power cell. The factory dash was modified with a molded DiabloSport Trinity tuner and the A/C knobs relocated to the factory cup holder location. Functional as a daily driver, yet completely custom, Robbie's modifications prove that an interior doesn't have to be so over the top that it makes the truck a trailer queen. Ed Williamson, from Kustom Paint by Ed, absolutely went off on Robbie's sky-high Ram. Crazy looking skulls are everywhere and the details are completely astounding. Winning Best Paint at several big shows, it's never a surprise when the judges call his name.
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