2004 Dodge SRT4
If you really want sticky try some r888r in 245/40/17. Just put some on my car and had rocks flying through the window and hitting me while driving around the neighborhood lol.
Pretty sure my drama back in '04 is still buried on the forums somewhere. Tire Rack sent me a set of 215s they swore up and down would fit the OEM rims. Got them, shop fought to get them on... and every corner the sidewall was doing something different. Tucked under on driver rear. Bulging out on passenger front. They ended up getting me to peel them off and send them back as their screwup IIRC, and sent me 205s.Yeah I learned it all the hard way back when these cars were new. I found out I could squeeze 225s(not recommended) on the stock rims, so I did that for a while, then I got some 7" wide enkeis and kept running drag radial 225s until I went big turbo and turned up the boost, then I did the rota slips with 235/60r15 MT or m&h DRs until I sold that car. When got this car I decided to not mess around and got the rpf1s with 245 sport comp 2s. I've run those since 2015. Now I wish I had tried the Michelins sooner.
Nice.The paint was peeling off the battery tray and bracket/trans mount holder (and they were rusty), so I had them blasted and powder coated….since they’ll be more visible whenever I get the Mopar intake installed