Hey I’m so excited to announce I just bought my first Chrysler. Managed to get my hands on a 300c awd hemi with 93k miles on it seeing as I’m new to Chrysler/Dodge was wondering if any one could give me their must do mods or any general advice thanks!
Guess it all depends on what you are looking to do. I have a 12 300c rwd luxury edition that looked like yours when I bought it. Since then i have thrown a lot at it. Signature has most of my mods. First I would say do some exhaust work. You should be able to hear a hemi. Then the rest is up to you. Good luck. Here is a youtube clip of what mine sounds like now.
Welcome aboard and congrats on your Chrysler, it looks beautiful! A lot of good info here regarding mods in case you are thinking of doing any. Check out some of the garages and you may get some ideas. Safe driving and happy modding!
IDK if you'd count them as mods but I can tell you some things I got for mine that I'd suggest.
1. The AWD floor is different, I bring this up because currently Weathertech still makes molded floor liners for the AWD. I suggest snagging some.
2. A Tazer from Z Automotive. Look it up, best $250 you'll spend on your car, a lot of cool features. In particular on the 2nd gen AWD cars as it gives more control over the AWD. Also a lot of help if your car has less factory options.
3. Alpha OBD, if you intend to work on the car yourself and are at all technical this is a must. It provides total access to all the cars electronic modules, allows changes, diagnostics, etc. It's an app($50) and you'll need an OBD interface. I use it on my Android phone and bought an OBDLink MX+ OBD2 Bluetooth Scanner($100) to connect my phone to the car.
4. The 5.7 engine consumes oil via the PCV, a catch can is a very worthwhile mod. A lot of cans and info available.
5. The car doesn't have a factory transmission dipstick, aftermarket ones are available online. Some here suggest other options though, do your research.
Other mods I suppose depends on desires and factory options. If it's a low optioned car I'd start there by adding the stuff that's missing.