Little montage I made of a sweet weekend I had with NJ SRT-4 owners
Shot and Edited by me: Dan Gyorfy
I own these songs through iTunes:
Lights(Bassnectar Remix) by Ellie Goulding
Strobe(Club Edit) by Deadmau5
Best I Ever Had by Drake
Built SRT4 racing everything
Built srt4 racing, midnight racers meet in Alton Illinois and just a bunch
of random stuff. Sorry about the quality, I recorded it on my phone from my
tv cuz my video camera sucks and won't download to the computer
How to Remove Transmission from an SRT-4
A few of us SRT-4 enthusiasts got together to make a how-to video on how to
remove a clutch from the Neon. If you're using the SRT-4 manual or a how-to
guide from one of the many car forums, you can reference this video if
you're unsure of step in the removal process. We're not professionals, just
car fanatics so please feel free to correct any errors. We hope this will
be useful. Good luck and post any questions you may have.
If you'd like a text version of the how to, you may access it via the
srtfourms. Thanks to jmihalchik for creating the "how to" that inspired
Saturday Meet 11-15-08 pt2
After the photoshoot and hanging out with the 22 members from AZSRT-4, some
of us decided to head to the show.... and on the way have some fun as well
as after the show.
*All racing done on closed course tracks - any other vehicles that may be
seen in video are other camera cars =)*
SRT-4 3.5" Exhaust 2-Step & Rev
Here is my 2005 Stone White SRT-4 with 3" DP, full 3.5" catless Exhaust, & 4" tips out the back... Sounds meaner
in person... The rough idle is due to Stage 3/4 cams... Enjoy!!!
SRT History: Dodge Caliber SRT4.
The Caliber SRT4 formula matches a powerful four-cylinder engine to a stout
six-speed manual transmission to result in strong, reliable power.
Aggressive styling cues inside and out are backed up by capable power,
precise handling and phenomenal braking ability. Despite its short
production run, the Caliber SRT4 enjoys a following as loyal as all others
in the SRT family.
Join Jim Wilder, David Schmidt and Mark Nuss as they discuss the design,
evolution and production of this popular entry into the SRT lineup.