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2022 Challenger wheel well

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Hey guys,
I picked up my Redeye on the 12th and as soon as I got her home I got cracking on making her mine. I did most of the regular stuff: cf intake tube, UPR can & breather, sills, tazer, tinted led sidemarkers, intake sock, neutral pull cover, took the bananas off, etc. Then a few days ago I had my 20x11s from the Hellcat put on. Drove her around for a bit and all was right again. A buddy came over to look at her and I took him for a ride and the tires were scraping on the wheel wells. Especially the driver side. There was NEVER any rubbing on my 2017 Hellcat. Does anybody know if the shape of the wheel well liners changed or maybe what could be the cause for this issue? Thanks in advance my knowledgeable friends. I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and short food comas. Cheers.
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They distort. Do you have a heat gun?

And did you create a back up file before writing to the bcm?
No one hears of the need to create a back up file when they buy or install their tazer

For some reason it’s not in the instructions
The issue is that later when you unmarry it for any reason all the stock settings may not go back to stock. Some of the non-live settings may remain in your bcm
Your not tuned but the other issue is a that a tuned TCM (trans) needs to have a consistent rollout value in the BCM
Naw. Back up file is like insurance. Unfortunately it’s a one time offer. You could try to return it all to stock and make one now but not sure how you would know that it’s really the same as oem was. Did you already change tire diameter?
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