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White,

Please elaborate.
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nothing really to elaborate on..(IMO) your build produced exactly what it should have with that cam. seems a lot of people pick the 274 but fail to use it's increased rpm ability leaving power on the table . in a perfect world the 274 should make power to 7200 and I was wondering how close you were to that rpm. I'm doing something similar with my 16 392 so that why the question.
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We're still trying to get together a couple parts before we put up the list. No worries though we'll have something soon.

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No, I never posted the dyno sheet on CT.
We ran the engine out to 7000rpm but it starts to come over just after 6800rpm.
Thanks! I'm looking forward to it and also seeing the little mechanics take on an FI build!
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I know it's been awhile and I hated to leave everybody hanging but we've finally started ordering parts.

If you haven't been following the build we've decided to go forced induction. We've also decided that since the 392 ran so well NA we would build another short block geared more towards handling anything we throw at it from here on out. And yes, before anyone asks we are upgrading the drivetrain as well.

Here's the list as it stands.

Procharger Stage 2 System.
F1A-94 Head Unit 20PSI.
Race Intercooler / Red Race Blow Off.

Engine.
Mopar Hellcat 6.2 Block Full Race Prep.
Bored to 4.100".
Arrington Billet Main Caps.
ARP Main Stud Kit.
Callies Custom Ultra Billet Crank.
Callies Ultra Billet I-Beam Rods.
Diamond Custom Coated 9.0:1 Forged Pistons.
Trend Tool Steel Wrist Pins.
Bullet Custom Billet FI Cam.
Gen 3 Performance Lifters
Arrington CNC Ported Apache Heads From NA Build.
ARP Head Stud Kit.
Cometic Head Gaskets.

Fuel System
Fore Innovation Level 4 Dual Pump Custom Return Style System.
Injector Dynamics ID1050x Injectors.

Drivetrain
Mcleod RXT HD Ceramic Twin Disc Clutch.
Tick Performance Level 2 TR-6060.
G-Force Axles.
Rear end ???

That's all for now folks. We are still working on some of the details but we will be in the build stage soon. I'll post pics as the parts arrive.

If you have any questions don't hesitate.

PS Dont forget to follow us on Instagram @357mfr.

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I know it's been awhile and I hated to leave everybody hanging but we've finally started ordering parts.

If you haven't been following the build we've decided to go forced induction. We've also decided that since the 392 ran so well NA we would build another short block geared more towards handling anything we throw at it from here on out. And yes, before anyone asks we are upgrading the drivetrain as well.

Here's the list as it stands.

Procharger Stage 2 System.
F1A-94 Head Unit 15-20PSI.
Race Intercooler / Red Race Blow Off.

Engine.
Mopar 6.4 Block Full Race Prep.
Bored to 4.100".
Arrington Billet Main Caps.
ARP Main Stud Kit.
Callies Custom Ultra Billet Crank.
Callies Ultra Billet I-Beam Rods.
Diamond Custom Coated 9.0:1 Forged Pistons.
Tool Steel Wrist Pins.
Cam ???
Lifters ???
Arrington CNC Ported Apache Heads From NA Build.
ARP Head Stud Kit.
Cometic Head Gaskets.

Fuel System
Fore Innovation Level 4 Dual Pump Custom Return Style System.
Injector Dynamics ID1050x Injectors.

Drivetrain
Mcleod RXT HD Ceramic Twin Disc Clutch.
Tick Performance Level 2 TR-6060.
G-Force Axles.
Rear end ???

That's all for now folks. We are still working on some of the details but we will be in the build stage soon. I'll post pics as the parts arrive.

If you have any questions don't hesitate.

PS Dont forget to follow us on Instagram @357mfr.
Sounds like a Really Serious build! That's definitely a big boy Procharger head unit too!

Johnny Rocket is going to be Johnny Ballistic Missile!

Are the little mechanics going to help with this build too? Heck, they're seasoned Pro's now since helping with the last one. How many kids at their age can say that they've built their first motor? That's Awesome!

Please post up details as you do them because I enjoyed watching your original build of Johnny. It was one of my favorite threads to follow.

Looking forward to seeing what he makes for power. My guess is somewhere around 750 horses to the wheels or better (dependent on tuning and if you use some meth or not and 20 psi).

By the way, you might want to add some wheels and tires to the budget because the stock ones aren't going to take the power you're going to throw at them.

Just my thoughts.
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Freddy ,
As usual, thank you for the support. Yes the boys will be doing the lions share of the build.
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Let it eat !!!

The Fore Fuel System and Injector Dynamics ID1050x injectors are here. Big thanks to Ryan with Injector Dynamics and Bruce at HHP for setting us up !!!
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You aint got no more money !!!!!

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What's in the box !!!

I'll bet you cant guess !!!
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I'll bet you cant guess !!!
I'll guess a 6.2 Hellkitty engine block.
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You are correct sir !!! Hellcat block fitted with Arrington Billet Main Caps and ARP Studs.
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