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Hey everyone, just wanted to let you know that Fastlane out of Houston, TX just finished a custom build on a 2009 Challenger SRT8.

Fastlane replaced the factory 6.1L V8 370 cubic inch iron block with a Mopar Performance 400 cubic inch aluminum block HEMI. Nick Field and company put a powerful Fastlane-customized twin-turbo kit comprised of two Borg-Warner 67mm billet wheel turbochargers. To get all that power to the wheels, Fastlane installed a Southern Hotrod built NAG-1 transmission and converter. And speaking of wheels D2 custom forged wheels, and Nitto front- and Mickey Thompson rear tires finish off this turbocharged screamer.

The finished product is expected to put out about 1000RWHP.
 

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As a lover of all things turbocharged, that is just sick.

Awesome car!
 
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Looks good. What did you make on the dyno?
 

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Badd Azz Challenger !!!
 

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Hey everyone, just wanted to let you know that Fastlane out of Houston, TX just finished a custom build on a 2009 Challenger SRT8.

Fastlane replaced the factory 6.1L V8 370 cubic inch iron block with a Mopar Performance 400 cubic inch aluminum block HEMI. Nick Field and company put a powerful Fastlane-customized twin-turbo kit comprised of two Borg-Warner 67mm billet wheel turbochargers. To get all that power to the wheels, Fastlane installed a Southern Hotrod built NAG-1 transmission and converter. And speaking of wheels D2 custom forged wheels, and Nitto front- and Mickey Thompson rear tires finish off this turbocharged screamer.

The finished product is expected to put out about 1000RWHP. Check it out here: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151550723396372&set=a.137107651371.120337.67095426371&type=1&theater
You came out strong for your very first post.
Good Luck with the build and HP your chasing.
I couldnt tell,,,,but you did keep the AC didnt ya ?
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why did you go water to air instead of air to air? i believe air to air is more efficient.
 

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Looks like they are running a FAST system or non OEM computer with all the wiring gone, haven't seen one done this way using a SC manifold but should put up some nice numbers.
 
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