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Hi, I have a Challenger 392 with a 3.9 differential, 3200 stall torque converter 3200, and some other mods- around 500 whp. I am planning to install a Procharger. I don't know if the differential will handle around 750 whp. I hope someone can help me or recommend something. Thanks.

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Do you mean will the diff break at 750whp? What usually causes a diff to break is wheel hop and high rpm launches on drag slicks.
 

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Do you mean will the diff break at 750whp? What usually causes a diff to break is wheel hop and high rpm launches on drag slicks.
I have that doubt, if I can damage it with 750 whp, and of course running with slicks
 

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I have that doubt, if I can damage it with 750 whp, and of course running with slicks
Id be more worried about the trans and driveshaft
 

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09 with 700rwhp. On my 3rd getrag


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Hi, I have a Challenger 392 with a 3.9 differential, 3200 stall torque converter 3200, and some other mods- around 500 whp. I am planning to install a Procharger. I don't know if the differential will handle around 750 whp. I hope someone can help me or recommend something. Thanks.

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I have already considered reinforcing those, also axles
I should also say since you have a procharger, you may not have to worry as much about breaking parts as you would with a whipple/Magnuson/KB/Edelbrock since the power comes in a little later
 
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