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hey guys i am brand new challenger owner, i used to own 2017 s 63 amg with 625hp/ 700+ torque and due to financial crisis i had to sell it and after months i finally settled with the v6 challenger and its my daily commute everywhere. we all know the 3.6L challenger on stock will never feel the same as amg. so my question is what or who does the best tunes and upgrades for 2019 sxt awd or provides the whole performance kit? i have heard about ripp superchargers but are their any other brands or suggestion? my budget is around 10k including cat back and i was hoping to get atleast 500whp if possible. i live in denver, colorado if anyone knows place around here that will be even better. thank you
 

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So you bought a v6 Challenger, yet have a $10k budget to FI it? Why didn't you just buy an R/T? The MSRP for an R/T is literally $38,000 on average. How about a scat pack? The MSRP is around $45,000 on average, but with the current $10/hp rebate, it would cost you nearly the same as an R/T with some haggling.
 

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So you bought a v6 Challenger, yet have a $10k budget to FI it? Why didn't you just buy an R/T? The MSRP for an R/T is literally $38,000 on average. How about a scat pack? The MSRP is around $45,000 on average, but with the current $10/hp rebate, it would cost you nearly the same as an R/T with some haggling.
i would have loved to own r/t, but since i live in colorado (it snows alot during winter) i went for awd. on top this is my only vehicle
 

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500WHP from a 3.6...I think Sprintex SC advertised 360RWHP (stock was quoted as 246RWHP).

thats awesome information thanks imma have to look into it further
but i think ripp supercharger quoted the awd at 400+ rwhp
 

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HP depends on boost level. Still, 500WHP out of a 3.6...that's double it's current power output. I would be concerned about the stock rotating assembly...not to mention the AWD transfer case. But my 3.6 power bolt-on kung fu is weak.
 

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HP depends on boost level. Still, 500WHP out of a 3.6...that's double it's current power output. I would be concerned about the stock rotating assembly...not to mention the AWD transfer case. But my 3.6 power bolt-on kung fu is weak.
Yeah OP if thats your goal, i would say save up for a SRT JEEP

You are probably going to have to pull apart the motor to keep her reliable at that kind of power level
 

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HP depends on boost level. Still, 500WHP out of a 3.6...that's double it's current power output. I would be concerned about the stock rotating assembly...not to mention the AWD transfer case. But my 3.6 power bolt-on kung fu is weak.
thats true, i see what you mean
what if i forced i

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hell ya they sound legit, about to order one of these for sure not sure supercharged or twin turbo tho
 

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The 3.6 is plenty stout, and designed to be twin turboed from what I have read. It is an open deck design, although Prodigy does make a part for that .

6 bolt cross threaded mains, cast aluminum pistons with full floating pins (made by Mahle I believe), forged steel connecting rods, nodular iron rolled fillet crankshaft, windage tray, piston oil squirters, die-cast aluminum deep-skirt block, chain driven cams and oil pump.

When it was designed, test engines were sent to Roush Industries (which prepped the Challenger drag cars), and more than 12 million customer equivalent miles were logged on dynos. Will it stand up to all that HP over time?

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