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I purchased a 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT8 last week with 17k miles on it. It is a stock 6 speed manual. I purchased a D1 Procharger HO tuner kit yesterday. I called HHPracing yesterday and ordered the following. Do I need anything esle?

1. D1 HO Procharger Tuner Kit
2. 80 pound injectors - going to build motor next winter to hold more boost
3. Kenne Bell Boostapump
4. Trinity Diablo Tuner
5. Upgraded intake gasket
6. Upgraded tensioner
7. wire to make wideband show on Diablo Tuner
8. Autometer boost gauge
9. Going to get a custom HHP tune
10. Went with a 4.38" pulley - should equal 8 pounds of boost
 

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Fuel Rails with a 8 an cross over would be a good thing and make sure you get a hoobs switch for the boost a pump and a wideband gauge is definitely a good idea. Good Luck out there! If you have any questions feel free.
 
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Does anybody have a install for a Kenne Bell Boost a pump? Not finding how to install anywhere. Been looking for over a hour.
 

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Procharger recommends going to a colder spark plug in the instructions. I would stay away from BAP and upgrade the fuel pump. Have fun with it!
 

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Is it cheaper to go with the tuner kit,than the full kit with everything included?
No but the tuner kit is a good choice when you want different injectors and tuner for example.
 
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Tuner Kits come without injectors, map sensor or tuning.
 
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