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Used D1sc with 5k miles on it. Black head unit with 3.70 pulley, black bracket
Has tuner, injectors, all piping and tubing. Standard bov and intercooler, manual, MAP. NIB API Competition Single Pump Fuel System recently purchased from Arrington for $559

$4500 if you prefer to use the flow included charger and not take the fuel pump.

EVERYTHING you need to install on a 2011-2014 Challenger!

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If the kit does not sell, then I'm going to need it (the fuel pump) for the install.
 

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$4000 for the complete kit not including the fuel pump which I bought separately. The kit does include a flow charger setup to increase voltage to the existing pump.
 

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What kind of horsepower to the wheel did your setup produce?
Haven't installed it (so far). The target WHP was ~550 on 6-7lbs and a conservative tune. Should be easily attainable, especially considering the head unit is an upgraded (from P1) D1sc.
 

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I’ve never had a pro charger before only had a Magnússon so I really don’t know a lot about it, but I’m interested if it can make big horsepower.

Where are you located?
 

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I’ve never had a pro charger before only had a Magnússon so I really don’t know a lot about it, but I’m interested if it can make big horsepower.
I know this head unit is capable of making much more than ~550 WHP with a smaller pulley to spin it faster, but I was not interested in doing that. I wasn't looking to go to the drags, been there done that, and when you start to make radically more power than the drive train is designed to handle, things can get expensive quickly. You really want to say @ or below 7 lbs on a stock 392 - at least one with the factory pistons due to the unusually high placement of the ring lands.

I am located in the NY/NJ area.
 

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Had a conversation with ATI earlier, only difference for either a 2016 6.4 or a 2010 6.1 is the bracket available from them for $478 + shipping. It would also cost an additional $200 for a 2016 to have the PCM unlocked (for tuning via the included Diablo) which is not necessary on 2011-2015 6.4s.
 

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Had a conversation with ATI earlier, only difference for either a 2016 6.4 or a 2010 6.1 is the bracket available from them for $478 + shipping. It would also cost an additional $200 for a 2016 to have the PCM unlocked (for tuning via the included Diablo) which is not necessary on 2011-2015 6.4s.
Actually, 2015+ models all need unlocking of the PCM for tuning. Good luck with the sale.
 

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Actually HP tuners is running a promotion where the PCM unlock service ($250) is complementary with purchase of either their interface or 6 universal credits (2 credits are need for PCM and 4 are needed for TCM - credits cost ~$50 per credit).
 
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