ButtDyno(TM)? :huh:I've been looking into installing a cold air intake for my Challenger (though mine has the previous generation 3.5L V6). A co-worker of mine who owns a new Challenger R/T put one in his and noticed some difference in horsepower and fuel efficiency.
Got that covered... http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/ef0e/I think the sound effects are the big thing.
And it's on sale - only $16.99 - over half off!
We grew up with Matchbox cars, driving tiny muscle cars across the bumpy terrain of our bedroom floors. Vroom vroom! Screeeeeeeeee! Vroom! We dreamed of the day when we would get our driver's license and be able to have our own V8 engine. Alas, the car we got was the one our parents had tired of, so Mom & Dad got the cool car while we got a hand-me-down with no AC.
And now, we're too "responsible" for a sports car. That money went into a minivan to tote the kids to soccer practice or the dogs to agility competitions. But we still dream of turning the key in the ignition and hearing the thrilling sound of a powerful sports car engine.
With SoundRacer, we can have the best of both worlds. Plug SoundRacer into your cigarette lighter and it will transform your car's boring engine sounds into the sweet roar of a much sexier car. Every action you take will affect SoundRacer: accelerate, decelerate, shift, cruise, or idle and SoundRacer will produce the appropriate sound.
How does this magic work? After an initial calibration and a little fine tuning, the SoundRacer senses your engine's RPM by detecting the voltage increase in the cigarette lighter. It then produces the equivalent RPM sounds from a Shelby Mustang engine via your car stereo system.