• NorCalChallengers


    NorCal Challengers was started when a group of owners and enthusiasts met on another forum, ChallengerTalk.com. After coordinating an initial meeting, a decision was made to create a community for the Northern California region where other owners and enthusiasts could find information about their cars, plan events and share images of their rides.
    by Published on March 29th, 2014 12:17 PM

    Welcome anew NorCalChallengers members!

    Our new site is mostly up and running. As we communicated earlier, we are not migrating any of the old content, which means everyone will need to sign up again. Yes, it's a pain, but this way we get to start with a clean slate.

    To get going, click on the register link at the top right of the page and follow the instructions. We've had to add some additional hurdles to the registration process, as we were getting spammed during our test phase. This means that there's some additional information that you'll need to enter, and you'll also have to wait for your account to be manually approved before you can really do anything. Official members will additionally need some extra love from our moderators, so that they can access all of the forums.


    1. Click register at the top of the page.
    2. Fill out the registration form. We're asking for your date of birth only to comply with COPPA. This is also your chance to change your forum handle/nickname, so use it wisely!
    3. You will be emailed a confirmation link. Check your junk mail folders if you don't receive the confirmation email in a few minutes after finishing the registration.
    4. Once you've clicked on the link, your account will be placed into a manual approval queue. Please be patient; we're checking the list several times during the day to try to get everyone access quickly.
    5. Once your account has been confirmed and approved, official members will be given access to all of the member forums. If you don't see them show up after your account has been approved and you're a paid member, please let one of the moderators know.


    Our old site and forum is also still available. You can access the old site/forum here. New account registrations have been disabled on the old site.

    If you've have problems, try asking on our Facebook group until we get our email up and running. You can try to send an email to webmaster @ norcalchallengers.com but it'll likely bounce back with an error for now.

  • Recent Forum Posts

    hmk123

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    OJ, what are you doing inside your trunk?

    I often don't drive my R/T for two or three weeks without a problem.

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    XombieFighter91

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    Definitely has draw while everything is shut off (I think my Crown Vics have about 45 miliamps or so), but after only four days, something else is causing

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    Phntmblk

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    Phntmblk 22 Hours Ago Go to last post
    Mopar Jack

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    The battery shouldn't go dead even after a week or two. Nonetheless, my SRT Challenger has been connected to a battery tender since the middle of September

    Mopar Jack 1 Day Ago Go to last post