A stout five-speed Tremec transmission from Keisler Automotive is situated beneath an easily removable gearbox cover for quick changes and modifications. An 831/44 rear with a Mopar Performance aluminum carrier housing containing a set of Randy's Ring and Pinion 3.55 gears spins the meaty Michelin Pilots. Wilwood provided their massive SUV-grade 14-inch rotor and six-piston caliper system for the front and a 13-inch system with four-piston calipers for the rear, enough stopping power to bring the Charger to a standstill in milliseconds. Tubular Magnum Force A-arms are connected to boxed lower control arms with billet tie-rod sleeves. Fat Man Fabrication 2-inch drop spindles give the Poteet Charger the signature stance that makes it look so menacing. A fast ratio power steering box from Firm Feel and Hotchkis sway bar direct the front rubber where to go, with the 2-inch drop rear Eaton Detroit leaf springs responding accordingly. Other various items, such as a floating remote oil cooler, remote coil mount, and custom 3-inch leaf spring in-board alteration, were all fabricated or modified in-house by Pure Vision as well.
There are not many who would dare to batter this exceptional piece of rolling hardware in the ways that George Poteet proposes, but we think it might be the most fun we've ever had to sit in the custom red leather cockpit by Rob Mangus, grip the wheel, and pin the needle down at 160 mph.