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I have a 2015 Challenger R/T Scat Pack Two-Do with the build code on the Scat Pack a "24G" and is the 394 Hemi, not the 392.
 

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Where are you reading this info? Did someone transpose a description somewhere, and combine 392 and 6.4 to make 394?

My title on my 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 says it's a "quad" even though it is a standard cab. It was just someone not paying attention when they were typing.
 

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The 6.4L is actually 390.55 ci. The Hellcat is 6.5 or 396.654 ci. So go figure this one? When I put my VIN in it comes out as a Hemi version III. and the 392 doesn't. Several weird things on this car. It has the Hellcat exhaust system, an aftermarket hi-flow oai system, and a different build code for the Scat Pack upgrade.

Well poop - just looked again and it is a 6.4. So never mind - old age - ya gotta be able to eat crow as well -
 

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I have a 2015 Challenger R/T Scat Pack Two-Do with the build code on the Scat Pack a "24G" and is the 394 Hemi, not the 392.
24G is the quick order code for Scat Pack 392 w/ Automatic

Each of those alpha codes are the various trim levels. 23 is for 6-speed manual, 24 is 8-speed automatic
 

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The 6.4L is actually 390.55 ci. The Hellcat is 6.5 or 396.654 ci. So go figure this one? When I put my VIN in it comes out as a Hemi version III. and the 392 doesn't. Several weird things on this car. It has the Hellcat exhaust system, an aftermarket hi-flow oai system, and a different build code for the Scat Pack upgrade.

Well poop - just looked again and it is a 6.4. So never mind - old age - ya gotta be able to eat crow as well -
Hellcat is a 6.2L by naming convention, actually 6166cc and 370ci
 
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