Magnuson TVS supercharger with 8lb pulley, Arrington catch can, Kooks long tubes with high-flow mids, Magnaflow cat back 2 1/2" exhaust, 1400hp axles & 1400hp aluminum drive shaft. after install, on a dynojet 455 rwhp 469 trque.
I am interested in the powertrip package from Arrington which includes:
phase 6 ported heads, 266 comp cam, 87mm ported throttle body & Arrington CAI
(this also includes lifter upgrade & custom push rods)
Do you have any suggestions? any other 2013 RT autos that have done this??
Arrington says I should see 70-90 rwhp increase.
Any thoughts you can share??
(the install would be done here in Washington state, same install/dyno shop that did the above mods)
I really appreciate any info/advice *before I make this purchase.
I am looking at picking up a set of functional hood pins for my 2013 Challenger. I was looking through some of your posts and pics from 2011 and then looking at the pics on your website. Has the product changed a bit over the years and did the location of the pin coming up through the hood change? The older pics looks to be about 3 inches from the front and side, while the pic on your web site it looks farther back. Also, a few years ago you mentioned black, chrome, and stainless - what do you offer now? It looks like the bracket now is a curved piece and the pics from 2011 look more like a triangle type piece. There is also seems to be a difference in how close the pin comes to the beer holder. I am just trying to get some clarification. Thanks for your help!
My name is Talon Smith and I am looking at getting a supercharger put into my car.
I live in SoCal so I'm not really near your shop. I have heard you are the person to talk to about getting some more power out of my car. I am leaning towards a KB set up. Can you tell me what my options are and possibly some pricing? I spoke with the guys at a shopin San Bernadino and they told me $8300 OTD and would put down 510 HP to the wheels... is this legit?
I would appreciate any help.
Hi Tim, I have a friend with a 2010 r/t and He's thinking of switching from R/T to SRT manifolds and mid-pipe off of a "SRT 392". Are there any Fitment issues or custom tuning he should be aware of, and are the gains even worth the trouble of swapping parts or should he wait and pick up a set of kook long tubes and mid-pipe. I don't feel like doing the work in my driveway LOL... so I would like to recommend that he go to your shop for any work that he ends up doing cuz I've been out to your shop for several Dyno days and know that your quality is top notch. Any help would be great
I've been hearing you guys are the ones to speak to concerning Kenne Bell Superchargers or supercharging 5.7L Hemi's in general. My name is Jason and I have a general repair and performance improvement shop in Montreal, Canada. We deal mainly with electrical system upgrades as we are an alternator and starter Remanufacturer as well as being automobile electrical system specialists
However some of our customers prefer our quality of work so much that they insist on us performing all their performance mods. I have this client/friend that has been mulling over supercharging his 2008 Charger RT Auto. I am trying to steer him in the right direction and trying to see if I can help him out in the installation department as well. My only concern is the tuning as we don't have a Dyno at the shop. Installation and even fabricating some parts is no big deal.
Now my question is, I have been searching on the net for weeks and each kit has its pros and cons and was wondering what your opinion is? The mods he has in mind at the moment are headers and a S/C and he thinks he might get (I think he is dreaming lol) 600 HP from a somewhat stock engine with a S/C. I don't think this goal is realistic and just wanted to confirm with you. Also what would it take to get him to this point? Do we need to change internals, cause I have the sneeking suspiscion we do.
hey Man whats going on,
Did you ship the parts to Brent?
I need a fix. I have'nt seen or driven my car for weeks.
I ready to spank your arse soon as you get me them parts.
Them twins gonna hang the wheels down to the 330' or what
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