So, the way I read it is that you want to add 200 MORE to a V6 already stocking out at 300hp?
That'll be tough to achieve without spending BIG BUCKS.
To add 200hp to a V6 and do it RELIABILY you would very likely blow right past how much you'd spend on trading it for a 5.7, even if you take a hit on the trade. If you don't take a loss on the trade you may find you'd have enough for a low trim Scat Pack. And I'm just talking drivetrain mods, when you factor in the braking and suspension mods that you'll have to do to make the car safely handle the increased power you might find yourself shelling out nicely optioned Scat money or hell, even well used Hellcat cash... Buy once cry once...
Can you expand on this? What makes a closed intake better? How was the sound different? What made you choose it over another option out there?Momentum GT CAI which was a little pricey but provided a closed intake. The Hellcat intake w/ headlight tube and a high flow filter is a cheaper alternative but doesn't provide the noise...or the cool factor. lol.
Most CAIs defeat the purpose of cold air due to the fact that they aren't completely closed off from the engine bay causing them to draw in engine heat. Cars tend to not perform as well when they're heat soaked. It's fine in cooler weather but if you live in a place where it's hot or has warm summers, it could hurt performance more than help it. The Momentum GT is completely closed. It even has the option for the headlight intake tube if you have the 2015+ models to draw in more air. It's made like a cooler version of the Hellcat Airbox basically which also a great option.Can you expand on this? What makes a closed intake better? How was the sound different? What made you choose it over another option out there?