I've got a '19 392 Scat Pack Shaker also, do you need just the Hellcat intake tube or do you have to buy the Hellcat lower box and tube to make this work?
Yes that is the correct part.
Steve White is correct & that tube will fit a 2019 Shaker. It fits very nice & is very easy to install.I called Steve White Motors and they said to use the Mopar rubber intake tube (Part #77072385) IF you have a Shaker hood and trim the tube to fit.
The Hellcat intake tube above (68322216AA) only works with the Hellcat lower airbox (68175164AC). Which if you use the Hellcat tube and airbox would not allow the Shaker tube to connect or function.
Were you able to remove the caps? I feel that there are 2 (torx) set screws on the sides, did they have to be removed? I have simply tried twisting the caps counter clockwise but havent been able to remove them.
Is anyone going to make a tube that fits Shaker-equipped cars without having to carve it up prior to installing? Just curious. I've watched all of the videos I could find about installing this air tube but no one has shown it being done on a 2019 Shaker-equipped Scat Pack car.I called Steve White Motors and they said to use the Mopar rubber intake tube (Part #77072385) IF you have a Shaker hood and trim the tube to fit.
On the install sheet you can see the 1-800 number for customer service, they we're as useless as Teats on a Boar Hog!Is anyone going to make a tube that fits Shaker-equipped cars without having to carve it up prior to installing? Just curious. I've watched all of the videos I could find about installing this air tube but no one has shown it being done on a 2019 Shaker-equipped Scat Pack car.
It's pretty frustrating as I just bought one of these rubber tubes and now I'm being told I've got to butcher it to get it to work because Dodge decided to re-engineer the headlights!
I'm returning this part. Hopefully, someone will engineer one for the 2019+ Challengers...
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I’m still stuck here trying to loosen them somehow. I just am not able to. At all!The strange part is you have to remove the screws to get the cap off initially. But if you screw the two screws back into the headlight housing, you can then replace the cap at any time by lining up the grooves in the cap and turning it clockwise. To remove it, you would just turn counter clockwise. There is even an arrow diagram on the cap indicating the correct turning direction. Weird that they made it so difficult to remove but then realized you would never be able to line up the holes in the light housing with those in the cap to reinstall, so made it easy to reinstall by just twisting the cap on using the two screws you reinstall in the light housing if you wish to do so later on.
I'm glade that someone finally pointed pointed out the 2019 light change. Every YouTube install video is incorrect for 2019 models and it is no longer a 15 minute job. I couldn't get my torx wrench in the one side and ended up loosening the light housing and tipping it forward to remove one set screw. More like a 1 to 1 1/2 hour job now!
I'm confused. So, did you have any success attaching the tube from the driver's side headlight to the airbox? At what point was there an option for attaching a duct from the passenger side headlight?The caps are off! After some cuts and scrapes... i tried to install the performance Spectre tube on Passenger side but I couldn’t make it fit. Will try again soon.
Wow, we've got the same car. Mine's a Shaker, is yours? I returned the air tube I bought online because it wouldn't work without butchering it now that Dodge changed the headlight bucket. Be careful not to buy the wrong items. Provide your VIN to suppliers, if you know what it is already. It might save some aggravation. I considered buying some things before my car arrived as well, but held off in case the deal fell through. When are you expecting delivery? Who's your dealer?I’m already buying parts for a car that hasn’t arrived yet....