Per my conversation with Alex at Arrington Performance, the drivetrain on the 2011+ were good for 750hp before upgrades were required. I specifically asked the question because I knew about the weaker half shafts in the 6.1's.
LOL. ddaaaaammmm. Gonna need deep into the 600 rwhp range to do that since the 2013 Shelby is making 613 rwhp and 584 rwtq in some bad heat and only 95 miles on it.
Hehehe as long as the mustang driver skips second gear heheheh
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Thanks for posting your build. I will watch as I know many others will. I have a few friends that have 392's and I will key them in on the project. Good luck, I know you are going to have a real fast car that will be a blast to drive. Just imagine driving down a deserted road and GT 500 or a Rouch pulls up on you with the Idea of eating another Mopar. He get into it and then you do. You blow by him like he was on blocks. Up the road you both pull over and the look on his face is worth all the funds you have spent on your car. Anyway that was how it worked out for me. Go Getum.
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a TT 392 with stock internals will probably pull as hard as a mildly bolted on and tuned GT500.
saying it would blow it's doors off is a stretch, but it would be a sight to see......
both cars leaving at 50mph and stretching their legs to @ 130-140mph, i wouldn't imagine either car putting more than 2 cars on eachother....
Do not ruin the dream, Besides I was just passing on to him my experiance. It was great and I bet his will be too, if by only two lenths it will be great and the look on the other driver will still be the same because he just got beat by to heavy to go fast Challenger.
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