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DIY Kit Versus Turnkey King Cuda

The King Cuda conversion can be done in your own garage, resulting is some significant cost savings. How much?

The component package goes for $4895, plus shipping. By comparison, if the Mr. Norm’s GSS King Cuda kit were completely installed by a shop to look exactly like the car in the photos, the cost would be about $9500. That includes the installation of the base kit plus the Shaker Hood, plus painting the Hemi Billboards, the Shaker Hood and the Cuda Gill front fenders.

In addition, optional carbon-fiber dress-up items are available for the engine bay, such as include Shock Tower Covers, Fuse Box Cover, Engine Shroud, and Core Support Filler Panel. As for rolling stock, a Hurst Wheels / BFGoodrich Tire Package (4 wheels and tires), which includes mounting, balancing, TPMS Sensors and Lug Nuts, goes for $2250.00  (Note: Shipping anywhere in the lower 48 states is included in the price.

For greatly enhanced engine performance, add a Kenne Bell 2.8L Supercharger. This blower can be fitted on any 2008 to 2014 Dodge Challenger powered by either 5.7L or 6.4L Hemi. Base price is $6995.00 for Black Anodized unit, and upgrades include $600 for a polished case, and $300.00 for Liquid Cooled. Installation cost ranges from $1300 to $1600.

Big thanks to Steve Kaiser and Fairfield Auto Group for providing the Challenger for conversion into the Mr. Norm’s GSS King Cuda.

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