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UPDATE: 2014 Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee Satin Vapor Edition:

Another Close Look At The Ultra Rare Satin Vapor Edition Super Bee...

Several weeks ago, we did an article on our friend and Canadian Mopar Club (CMC) President Jovita and her 2014 Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee  Satin Vapor Edition. A lot of you requested to know more about the ultra rare 1 of 10 Super Bee Vapor Edition and the modifications that Jovita has done to it. So we asked her to do a quick follow up video on the car to answer most of your e-mailed questions.

The 475 horsepower 6.4-liter 392 HEMI V8 sedan has been modified a bit to fit Jovita’s taste. A fully-functional carbon fiber hood styled after the 2006 to 2010 SRT hood, Mopar SRT aluminum door sill guards, oil-catch can, fuse box cover, oil, trans, washer fluid, brake caps, as well as a few other goodies from Billet Technologies, a cold-air intake from AFE, and a set of 20-inch Adventus forged wheels.

While she is a lover of everything Mopar, she has a special spot in her heart for Neon SRT-4s. So much so, she doesn’t just one of the compact performance car, she owns three of them. One of which, she will be reviewing for us on MoparInsiders.com.

2014 Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee Vapor Edition. (MoparInsiders).

If you attend a Canadian Mopar Club event, you might just see Jovita there with her Charger. Not only is she the President of the club, but she started it about two years ago. The group started as an online group and quickly became a huge group that does car meets, car cruising events, charity work, and much more. With members from Vancouver to Nova Scotia, the club is opened to anyone and everyone who loves Mopar.

For more information on the club, be sure to check out the club’s site at CanadianMoparClub.com. You might even see the new MoparInsiders.com 2019 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack 1320 when it arrives at some of the events. You can follow Jovita on her YouTube channel, to keep up to date with some of the group’s latest events as well.

 

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