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So I read on here that the Auto is rated to accept ~428 ft/lbs of torque. The specs on my 2014 RT is 410 ft lbs (stock), so wouldn't the supercharger put the engine output power outside the rating of the transmission? Since my car is a 2014 I have a little while before pulling the supercharger trigger but if I have to factor in a transmission replacement as well that may change things.

Info I read on transmission: here

I do have the NAG1 transmission correct?
 

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I've had a 6psi Maggie on my R/T automatic for 3 years with no transmissions troubles.
 

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Hello,

I have a 2013 RT auto, just got the Arrington / Magnacharger 8lb SC put in 40days ago, along with Kooks
long tube headers, 1400HP Axel & 1400HP driveshaft. Dyno'd at 455 rwhp & 469 ft trq

runs great...feels great.... sounds like a MONSTER. *can't wait until spring when the track opens

*no transmission issues *no differential issues

just my 2 cents.
 

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Im just shy of 500ft lbs of torque on mine, and at the 500rwhp mark, 25k miles with the blower. No issues with my tranny.
 

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Yet another reason to buy a M6

Just kidding. You should be fine...as I have a friend with a blown 8+ psi ,5.7.
 
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