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Factory Shaker parts for 392

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I see the 5.7 Shaker hood and scoop etc. is available from Mopar so you could add it to a non shaker car.
So, when might the 392 scoop like the Scat Pack 392 Shaker be available? Or what would be needed to make the 5.7 scoop mount up to the 392? I assume the hoods will be the same?
I like the AFR and Cervini's set up but having the factory parts would be nice? The price may dictate what I would actually do though?
After seeing the Black Scat Pack Shaker 392 driving simulator at the Mile High Nats I have Shaker fever!

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Feel free to look at my sig pic and drool while you figure this out ;)
 

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It seems to be an AFR shaker and fiberglass AFR hood.
Yup it is, while fiberglass may not have the durability of the MOPAR kit, I think this AFR set-up has a better look and shape to it, more close to the original. I haven't had any problems with it yet, but we will see. I don't know if the functionality of the air intake makes any difference though, but it sure does look cool having the filter up top. My car seems to run exactly the same as when I had the Mopar intake on it, so at least it hasn't lost anything. I can't wait to see how you fab up the current MOPAR kit, there will be lots of people looking to copy you I bet!


EricG, I have already been doing that!
Thanks Luke. It might work to get a 14 hood, and new 392 Shaker scoop/mount, maybe? Or adapt the 5.7 scoop to the 392, like stonewall is doing.
stonewall please post pics!
Thanks,
Just giving you a hard time ;) I doubt there's much difference beyond the mount with respect to the 5.7 vs 6.4, it's unfortunate that everyone has to wait so long to get their hands on one. The badges I have were custom made by Billet Technology I believe, they are aluminum. They actually came with the kit that I bought off another forum member, I lucked out big time and bought this kit used, it was already painted my color and everything so I jumped on it for $1700 shipped! :) I suspect buying the current 5.7 setup and working from there may be cheaper and easier than piecing some other stuff together. Good luck.
 

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Lookin' good stonewall!!!
 

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Thanks, It looks different for sure.
Yeah no doubt, in a very good way though. Your black/yellow contrast really makes it pop, prepare to get a lot of attention :) I find myself watching my shaker a little too much when driving sometimes lol. You can't help it though, it's like looking at a woman with a really nice ass or perfect cleavage, mine has definitely brought a lot of owner happiness :)
 

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Wow that looks great! Time to de-badge the fender IMO.
 

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I wonder if an afr shaker scoop would work with the mopar shaker hood??
I am pretty sure the AFR scoop is bigger than the Mopar unit. So no I don't think it would fit inside the Mopar hood.
 
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