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Finally got it installed and made a video about it! So far I'm loving it, and I'd say it's living up to my expectations. Probably going to get it retuned at some point, but it may be a while until that happens.

 

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Sounds great. How much power are you putting down?
 

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You gotta watch the video until the end! :LOL: It was 404 RWHP.
 
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Thanks for the video!

Your Challenger sounds Awesome and looks/sounds like they did a good job on the tune because it seems to have good street manners while you're driving (no bucking, hesitation or just bad behavior)!

The final number is good but it doesn't really matter because the stall will lower dyno power but make it feel quicker along with the rear gear. If you put a 3.73 in her, you'll have a quick 5.7 (not that she isn't quick now, but I should've said quicker 5.7 :D).
 

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Thanks for the video!

Your Challenger sounds Awesome and looks/sounds like they did a good job on the tune because it seems to have good street manners while you're driving (no bucking, hesitation or just bad behavior)!

The final number is good but it doesn't really matter because the stall will lower dyno power but make it feel quicker along with the rear gear. If you put a 3.73 in her, you'll have a quick 5.7 (not that she isn't quick now, but I should've said quicker 5.7 :D).
Thanks! I’ve actually put a lot of thought into it, I will probably end up putting a different gear differential at some point. I wanna take it to the strip and see how it does!
 

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You're Welcome! You've got a Nice looking and sounding Challenger!

What are you running for tires?
 

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You're Welcome! You've got a Nice looking and sounding Challenger!

What are you running for tires?
Nitto 555 G2 tires (305/35-20) 245s in the front
 
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I love the idle, I still have the stock converter in mine, and the OST Dyno "Rumbler Cam" and it has to idle at 800 rpms or it will stall when in gear. I am waiting on a price from OST to do the Converter...
 

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I love the idle, I still have the stock converter in mine, and the OST Dyno "Rumbler Cam" and it has to idle at 800 rpms or it will stall when in gear. I am waiting on a price from OST to do the Converter...
Thanks, I dig it too. I idle at 750 with the A/C off and about 800-850 in gear. I got my converter slightly used for $160, and my stepdad and I installed it ourselves. Saved a ton of money.
 
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Those are some awesome roads to drive on!
 
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