Scott Says I grew tired of seeing straight-line SRT-4s (not that there’s anything wrong with that) and decided to build mine with an autocross and time attack focus. I’ve been a Neon owner since I got my driver’s license, so it was a natural choice to stick with a platform I was familiar with. I love the underdog reputation that the car has and how much it always seems to be hated on. There are tons of Neons here in Nova Scotia, Canada, and I like the challenge of building one that stands out. I’ve changed a lot of people’s minds about these cars with one quick drive. This project is far from complete, so maybe I’ll have a shot at a magazine feature down the road!
We Say All personal SRT-4 soft spots aside, we really like Scott’s car. It looks clean, goes fast and goes around corners, too. This car is so nice that it almost makes us want to take a wrench back to our own Project SRT-4. Almost.
Specs & Details
'04 Dodge SRT-4
Engine Modifications Hondata intake manifold gasket; Mopar blow-off valve plate; Injen short-ram intake; DEI intake heat wrap; MPx coil pack heat shield; CHQ 3" catless downpipe; Mopar Performance 2.5" exhaust; Walbro 255-lph fuel pump; Diablosport Predator tuner; Innovate wideband
Suspension Standard Suspension R3 coilovers (custom spring rates); DC Sports strut brace (r); Energy Suspension master bushing kit; 24mm sway bar (f); 20mm sway bar (r)
Wheels, Tires & Brakes 17x7.5" Enkei NT-03+M wheels; Toyo RA-1 tires; StopTech Powerslot rotors; Hawk HP+ brake pads; Goodridge stainless steel braided brake lines; Tilton TBR-1 brake fluid
Exterior Zzapp Motorsports billet antenna; CF-Tec carbon-fiber hood & trunk; ’03 OEM headlights
Interior Mopar Performance shifter