I'll be doing the same to my 2015 SRT but I'll be doing it in stages. I agree with VQ4NFO, call Arrington and ask for Wyatt. On 8/15 I'll be driving mine to Arrington (5 hour drive). They will be installing a Whipple 2.9L supercharger. We're keeping the boost low at 6psi. Then in about a year, they will be building a fully forged and stroked 426 and we will up the boost. I've been dealing with Wyatt and he's been a no BS straight shooter.
Thats exactly what i was going to do with my rt but it just cost too much to swap the 5.7 vvt out. Im thinking of getting a magnum and putting a supercharged 426 in it unless dodge release those new supercharged trucks then ill be in line for that. Do you have the 426 badges on your car?
I raced a guy this past Saturday with a stroked 6.1 supercharged I believe and boy he walked me hard with a 10.6 quarter mile. Jesus that car was sic! Be prepared for some shit eatin grins is all Im saying.
I am eyeing a stroker kit (this MMX one or this Arrington one) to convert my stock 6.4L (I've got a 2017 SRT 392) into a 426 and have a few questions. It looks like the kit comes with the crankshaft, rods, and pistons. Would I need to replace my stock camshaft at all for this to work? I'd like...
Hey everyone. I found this kit on Modern Muscle Xtreme for the following:
454 HEMI Stroker Engine- 6.4L Based by Modern Muscle Performance
The MMX Standard Features!• Performance Tri-Metal Anti-Friction Coated Rod Bearings
• Performance Tri-Metal Main Bearings
• 4.250 Stroke Molnar Crankshaft...
Realistic HP numbers from a 392 (6.4) to 426 or 440 stroker upgrade & other questions
I have been tossing around the idea of upgrading my 2015 392 to a 426 or 440.
With research I have found that staying with the 392 or going up to the 426 is better if i plan on going up to a supercharger...