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  2. There is a link in my edited post above that has the picture. It's my last post in that thread.
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  4. Waiting for picture.
  5. https://www.lxforums.com/board/showthread.php?t=384950&referrerid=10955 Picture is in my last post. For some reason I can't get my picture small enough for it to allow me to post it.
  6. Relocated my belt tensioner to the upper passenger side of the block and it’s bolted to the bracket in the original location that the adjustable idler pulley was located Added 3 idler pulleys: between the crank and alternator, between the wp and ps pulley, and one just above the ac pulley Now all the major pulleys have at least 50% belt wrap. There should be no more belt slipping Also went from a 6 rib to 8 rib setup. The tensioner is from a 5.7 hemi and the reason we used that is because it applies tension in the opposite direction, as opposed to the others ( GT 500 and ARS) I’ve used. Hoping I can put this issue to rest once and for all. Trying to see if I can post a pic.
  7. it'll get there, I have 2 builds I have to finish up this week and then I'll work on my 366 for my 05 Ram
  8. ok got photofuckit back working. few pics to go along. block is done and being assembled. minus cam bearings. mahine shop didnt put them back in. thats fantastic. another friggen hickup to making a rwce in 2 weeks. ill be surprised if it even runs by then.
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  10. Hey fellas I'm looking at a pristine commander, fully loaded, 110k miles.. the guy wants $800 but it needs a new engine, 5.7 hemi. I've already got a money pit of a hot rod and I know nothing about modern mopars! So before I consider buying It, how much am I looking at to get a new(ish) Hemi? (low miles are fine) and since I am a gear head, are the bigger hemi's pretty much plug and play in these or is that a big ordeal with pcm's and trans?
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  12. It is a custom grind N/A cam from Modern Muscle. It's in good condition less then 15,000 miles. For the 5.7/6.1 non-vvt cam. (419)481-0735 225$ plus shipping. Located in Toledo OH Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G930A using Tapatalk
  13. I have a 2009 Charger R/T with 90,000 miles. The car runs and drives great. It has 20 inch srt rims and tires. It also has the black heated leather seats. It has almost every option available. Sunroof and navigation. The radio is bluetooth and satellite radio. I just replaced the outer Tie rods on both sides and the stabilizer/sway bar end links on both sides. 6,800$ O.B.O. (419)481-0735 Located in Toledo OH Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G930A using Tapatalk
  14. Looking for used any brand 4 point rear strut tower brace. challenger 392 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. BUMP! These are readily available and going fast. Don't forget to pick up a set of shortened sway bar end links as well: http://www.highhorseperformance.com/HHP_Shortened_Rear_Sway_Bar_End_Link_Set_p/hhpsbel.htm
  16. you took time to not only comment on the caulk but actually take a screen shot to post. You should see the inside of the compressor closet door trim! I don't do handy work so stay like it is it will lol.
  17. I can relate to the sentiment, really can. We all have had our challenges which wouldn’t have been a challenge if we had chosen a different brand. Again Mopar has a way of alienating its fans/customers. Thank you for the info all the same
  18. who ever did the caulking job on that door needs to be shot....
  19. who ever did the caulking job on that door needs to be shot....
  20. you know.... in my past life id call you a pussy.... but right now i agree with you 110%..... fuck these cars ....
  21. Air to air. Never had a screw. I loved the Procharger, but I went through 3 engines and decided it was time to make a change. Had nothing to do with the D1, just parts issues that could have been potentially avoided with a bit of due dilligence on my part. The procharger was kick ass!! Big red race valve, made a bit over 700 at the wheels on 12 psi and ran consistent 10.5 at 130, it was a fucking blast. I struggle constantly with going back to a blower, probably a whipple. However, I just can't get over the hump on spending money on a depreciating asset at this point. Most times on my car I only spent money when shit broke, and it was often Smart call would be to buy a Hellcat, but again, don't want to spend the money. My car NA is around 11.5 in good DA, don't need a rollbar, shit has not broke in a while "knock on wood" and it has lasted close to 20,000 miles. I do have a 150 shot of nitrous that I have fun with once in a while, that helps a bit
  22. I know for a fact they do indeed fit but honestly can’t tell you what’s needed, I think you have to modify the intake a bit. My suggestion would be search for someone that has done the install and get with them directly before purchasing the kit as it might be better to purchase one kit over the other ( IE: tuner vs street kit ). But again I know it can be done, seen it more than once. Good luck with the build
  23. I thought they still ran intercoolers, what air to air? How has your experience with the Pro been so far? If memory serves me you had a Screw at one time right? How they compare in the fun factor with these cars?
  24. Speedy's junk maybe! At least it would be clean.
  25. Dale you never buy used!
  26. Hey guys, If you people are planning for buying a used car then inspecting the car correctly is the most important factor because buying a second hand car is not as easy as new car. Well, i have got a wonderful resource through which you can check and get car history report instantly. All you need to enter Vehicle Identification Number at http://bit.ly/Vincheck
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