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Simon’s Gangster’ed 300C SRT8


Alright, before going any further with the article I’d like to share a little funny story:

When I first saw Simon’s car this morning, I accidentally said out loud: “Dayum, check out that ass!!!”

All I heard was my wife running to me, thinking I was yet watching another X-Rated image lol, but no… all she found was SEX on WHEELS. Simon your car is Money and you gots the wifey’s approval!

His ’07 300C SRT-8 is a class apart from the rest with its custom white paint job and jet black top. The full TZD body kit and custom one-off grill, Corsa exhaust, Magnaflow mids and many other mods add the finishing touches on an already impressive vehicle. Notice the 2 sets of wheels Simon’s rocking in these upcoming pictures? Here’s a breakdown:

  • 22″ x 9.5″ front 22″ x 10.5″ rear USW Imperials Brushed Face/Black Pockets/White Barrels (Passenger Side)
  • 22” x 9.5” front and 22” x 10.5” rear USW Extravagants Brushed Centers/White Barrels (Driver Side)

With shaved washer nozzles and rear emblem, this car can’t be any smoother. Gangster or not, this is the type of baller’ed 300C you’d like to rock, especially pushed by the SRT-8 engine.

As for the suspension setup, Simon is running on Full Universal Air with Dakota digital air pressure monitor. There’s nothing but 1/2″ air lines and valves making sure there’s no constraint between the tank and the rest of the system. The 2 compressors that power this bad boy are 480C’s from ViAir and it’s running on a 5 Gallon stainless tank.

Simon knows manual management quite well setups since all 3 of his last cars were built using that method. This time though, he plans on installing AccuAir E-Level to make sure his time spent in his car is spent without worry.

Shots taken by the owner himself:

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