This 2005 Dodge Neon SRT-4 is one of 1,175 ACR models produced and
is finished in Orange Blast over black. The turbocharged 2.6-liter
inline-4 engine is a DCR stroker short-block built by Darrell Cox
Racing and installed during previous ownership. An AGP Turbo Zeta
3.2-liter turbocharger is paired with an AGP exhaust manifold and
wastegate, and an AEM engine-management system is paired with the
factory PCM. Power is delivered to the front wheels through a
Performance Autowerks Stage 3 5-speed manual transmission utilizing
a RageTek hydraulic release bearing and DSS axle shafts.
Dynamometer results from September 2020 indicate that the car
produced a peak output of 370hp and 313 ft/lbs of torque. The car
features a front lip, side skirts, a rear wing and dual exhaust
outlets, and the paintwork and exterior trim are in good condition.
Black 17-inch wheels from Nakayama Racing Sports have polished
outer barrels and are mounted with 235/45 Nitto NT555 G2 front and
Toyo Proxes T1R rear tires. A Mopar Performance coilover kit has
been installed, and the car is equipped with 4-wheel disc brakes
with red calipers. The black interior features bolstered bucket
seats and a Clarion stereo, which is paired with a factory
trunk-mounted Kicker subwoofer and amplifier. An aftermarket gauge
pod has been added on the driver-side A-pillar. Factory
instrumentation includes a 280-km/h speedometer, an 8k-rpm
tachometer, and auxiliary gauges. An AeroForce scan gauge is offset
to the right. The SRT shows approximately 14,675 actual kilometers
(9,118 miles). This modified ACR Neon is offered with its Window
Sticker, dynamometer results and a clean CARFAX history. **MAY NOT
BE EMISSIONS COMPLIANT IN ALL 50 STATES** **SOME STATES ISSUE
"MILEAGE EXEMPT" TITLES AFTER 10 YEARS - THIS CONSIGNOR REPRESENTS
AND THE CURRENT TITLE REFLECTS "ACTUAL MILEAGE"**
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