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It comes with rear diffusers.

 

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I saw that too!! but over on the photo gallery at dodge.com/caliber.
The gallery now has 3 pics of what looks to be the SRT4, based on the trim. Two look like photo illustrations rather than actual photographs, but nevertheless, this model is represented.

You can't see it in your photo Xxsrt4xX, but in one of the gallery pics, "SRT" is embossed into the alum wheels.
 

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Sweet! Single exit exhaust though...

:p
 

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diffusers are pointless, just make it like the saleen s7 and make the bottom flat and enclosed then diffusers will make a difference
 

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srtman said:
diffusers are pointless, just make it like the saleen s7 and make the bottom flat and enclosed then diffusers will make a difference
diffusers are pointless? haha. Internet forums never cease to give me a good laugh.
 

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superbang said:
please excuse my ignorance, but what do diffusers do? i imagine by the name, it's some sort of wind resistance thing... you know... to diffuse... wind...:confused::(
Exactly. They help diffuse air that tries to build up in front of the rear bumper.
 

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Dual exit on an inline engine is a waste anyway. I loved the single exit exhaust on my Supra -- and I converted my SRT-4 into single exit as well.

caliber4whoosh said:
Sweet! Single exit exhaust though...

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Yeah, guess it is, it caused more backpressure too, with all of the bends in it..
 

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ekool said:
Dual exit on an inline engine is a waste anyway. I loved the single exit exhaust on my Supra -- and I converted my SRT-4 into single exit as well.
True, but the Neon SRT-4 is not a "True Dual Exhaust". ;)
 

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Well, if COSMETIC effect (to go along with the diffusers) of a dual exhaust is all that is desired - you could always find a similar piece of pipe and mount it as a "dummy" on the other side ... :D

Other than on a cold morning or by putting a hand over the pipe's end, etc, how would the casual observer tell the difference? ;)
 

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I like it! now where can i mount my 747 boeing wing...hmmmmmmm j/k i do like the diffuser. Looks good!
 

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Harley said:
Well, if COSMETIC effect (to go along with the diffusers) of a dual exhaust is all that is desired - you could always find a similar piece of pipe and mount it as a "dummy" on the other side ... :D

Other than on a cold morning or by putting a hand over the pipe's end, etc, how would the casual observer tell the difference? ;)
Nah lol, that really seems kind of ricer-ish to me.. :D
 
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