General Challenger DiscussionThis section contains general discussion about the Dodge Challenger. If it does not fit into a more specific area, it probably belongs in here. (Dodge Challenger General Discussion)
A lot depends on your long term goals, these days unless you run into a heck of a deal a used 2010 6.1 SRT8 is going to be about $9,000 less than a similar mileage used 2011 6.4 SRT8, with that much money you can buy a good positive displacement supercharger and put out 50-100 HP more than the 6.4 (depending on how safe of tune you opt for).
2010 Plum Crazy SRT8 with Manual Transmission-------
Mods list: K&N Typhoon CAI, Skip Shift Eliminator , Petty Strut Tower Brace, Diablo Predator 91CAI tune, License Plate backup camera with Lockpick V2, mini spare tire and adapter, Moroso Catch Can, some BT bling, 3rd brake pulser, Larry's mod Hurst shifter, coming soon Web Electric Sequential tail lights and LED under door lights
with the 6.4 supercharged with 8psi, people are getting just shy of 650HP. Throw in a couple bolt ons and you there. In an auto, with the right tires, that is a quick machine...really don't need it much quicker for street use... But thats up to you. Buy a cheap car wit nonworking motor...and drop in a 426 and supercharge. You'll need new tires every month. LOL
Have fun deciding
10' Toyota RAV4 green
12' Jeep Wrangler Artic edition lightblue
14' GT 500 silver and black
15' Dodge SRT Challenger 6.2 blue, green, orange or gold
now that they are tunable the 6.4L is the way to go.
Warranty will be moot anyway if you mod it with FI
2009 Dodge// Challenger S/E--TorRed
Custom 9-11-01 nose badge | custom 3.5L hood badges | CAI | Hood pins | DIY engine bay dress up | MOPAR hood struts/pedal kit/fuel door | blacked out side mirrors | Under dash ambient light | Jones Full Boar exhaust | Cuda' style MOPAR hockey stick striping |
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