Anyone who knows about Demons wouldn't forget the hood and would be looking at the center stack too.A Superstock to Demon clone would be a matter of a badge change, and on a Redeye WB it would be a set of Demon wheels and badge change (both from exterior POV, obviously red valve covers etc would be immediately noticed by anyone who knew shit about a Demon)
I honestly dislike the demon hood, and would rather have my style over it for sure thus it slipped my mind, thanks for the reminder lolAnyone who knows about Demons wouldn't forget the hood and would be looking at the center stack too.
The center area where all the buttons are. SRT button, temp buttons, etc. Demon has an interchangeable panel with a H.O./race fuel button that you install when you have the race ECU installed.I honestly dislike the demon hood, and would rather have my style over it for sure thus it slipped my mind, thanks for the reminder lol
also whats a center stack?
^^^ LOL got me laughing. Ya I frown on it.is this thread advice on how to make a demon clone or opinion whether its frowned upon or not?
I love the knowledge but quit giving the imposters ideas on how to impost.
I used to judge Mustang Club of America shows. I've probably judged 80-90 shows. In that time I've seen 1 real Boss 429, and 5 or 6 genuine Boss 302s. But, every show, there's 30+ Boss 302 badged/striped 69-70s. I DQ'd them every time I came across one. I didn't care if they were "tribute" cars (a term people use to glorify a fake), or if the customization was done in the 70s or 80s... a fake is a fake is a fake.What about in 10 years from now? Look at how many 426 hemi cudas clones and others there are out there. I personally just like the hood of a demon. I would take my red eye over the demon any day for daily driving. In any case, I knew this would start a good debate