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    Another Mopar fan

    Here's a couple shots of my Challenger. I was hoping to get the Keystone this weekend but I have to install a fuel pump, injectors, and get a tune first.
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    Thank You!!! Glad I found this site.

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    Here's my time slip for the stock 2018 Scat Pack w/ Shaker 6.4L A8. Now that the procharger is in it, once I get it tuned I'll be updating this timeslip!!!
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    Nice ride! Was that stock run on a stock tire or DR? Details on the mods? You should come to the track just to hang out - no charge for spectators!
    2014 GT Premium - Sterling Gray Metallic - MT82 - Track Pack - Glass Roof - Recaro seats - Spoiler delete
    12.76 @ 114.04 bone stock. Koni yellow coil-overs, BMR watts, LCA and LCA relo brackets, Borla S-type axle back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaxtonShelby View Post
    Nice ride! Was that stock run on a stock tire or DR? Details on the mods? You should come to the track just to hang out - no charge for spectators!
    That time slip was stock on 275's. Surprisingly, I must have had good weather on 07/21 because after I got the drag radials...I couldn't beat that time.

    Since then I have the follwing mods;
    Rear Nitto NT05R radials
    Ross Pistons 9:8-1
    Manley rods
    ATI D1X Procharger - 8.5lb pulley & stock damper
    400 lph fuel pump
    1000cc injectors
    Drive Shaft safety loop
    *EDIT* I forgot, noweeds cutouts. should be here next week.

    That's all I could afford this fall. Maybe next spring I'll go to 15lbs boost, half shafts, drive shaft and trans work.
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    Damn you went all out. She’s going to rip! At first I was worried because I heard the bottom end on those 6.4’s didn’t like boost...
    2014 GT Premium - Sterling Gray Metallic - MT82 - Track Pack - Glass Roof - Recaro seats - Spoiler delete
    12.76 @ 114.04 bone stock. Koni yellow coil-overs, BMR watts, LCA and LCA relo brackets, Borla S-type axle back.

    1966 Coupe - 331 stroker - Bullet custom roller cam - cam and motor installed and dyno tuned by Rodeheavers Hot Rod - Astro A5 - McLeod RXT - 486 to the wheels - more fun than my little tires can handle

    1966 Oldsmobile Toronado - currently NOT on jackstands

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaxtonShelby View Post
    Damn you went all out. She’s going to rip! At first I was worried because I heard the bottom end on those 6.4’s didn’t like boost...
    The crank is forged but the rods and pistons are too weak for boost. I managed to forge 'er up in my garage without pulling the block completely out. What a PITA that was...took me 2 weeks of nights and weekends. She oughta be bullet proof now.

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    Maybe do the DS sooner than later...or at least before the first time to the strip?
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    12.76 @ 114.04 bone stock. Koni yellow coil-overs, BMR watts, LCA and LCA relo brackets, Borla S-type axle back.

    1966 Coupe - 331 stroker - Bullet custom roller cam - cam and motor installed and dyno tuned by Rodeheavers Hot Rod - Astro A5 - McLeod RXT - 486 to the wheels - more fun than my little tires can handle

    1966 Oldsmobile Toronado - currently NOT on jackstands

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaxtonShelby View Post
    Maybe do the DS sooner than later...or at least before the first time to the strip?
    Are the stock drive shafts that weak? I was hoping to get by until the spring....tax return and bonus both come in around April. I did put the BMR drive shaft safety loop on it for a little insurance.

    I figure the only real point of concern with the stock DS is at launch....and I'm hopeful the damage would be restricted to the shaft itself. I don't imagine it would let loose once I get it up into 2nd/3rd etc. - would it?

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    Welcome and nice ride! I would definitely recommend a driveshaft. I've personally seen some stock hellcat driveshafts broken. It was the first mod I did to my car, that and a diff brace.

    That's awesome that you put in the rods and pistons yourself! I've been thinking about picking up a Durango R/T and maybe upgrading the internals on it at some point along with a supercharger.
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    Welcome. Always glad to see another Mopar. Driveshaft is the weak link. I have seen them on the ground at launch.

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    Welcome and nice car
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaxtonShelby View Post
    Maybe do the DS sooner than later...or at least before the first time to the strip?
    DS is done. Diff brace - done. Now, trans and half shafts and I can turn this bad boy up. Currently, 582 RWHP. Thats with 3.85 blower pulley and stock crank pulley. 7 psi boost.
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    very cool I really like that color
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