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    Goehner

    2019 scatpack 6.4 charger...how do they run?

    I have not been behind the wheel of a 392 and an 8 speed, but I think they are pretty smooth. From what I have seen, I think a straight up 392 NAG1 vs the new 8 speed, the 8 speed is almost a half second quicker in the 1/4.
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    Mopar and Dodge//SRT Roll Out New Challenger Drag Pak at 2019 SEMA Show Mopar and Dodge//SRT took the wraps off a new, fourth-generation version of the factory-built, racetrack-only Mopar Dodge Challenger Drag Pak car today at the 2019 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show. The 2020 Mopar Dodge Challenger Drag Pak is engineered for grassroots drag racers that compete in sportsman classes in events sanctioned by the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) and National Muscle Car Association (NMCA). Building on lessons learned with the third-generation Drag Pak, the new fourth-generation Challenger Drag Pak offers racers the choice of buying a complete, turnkey package ready for the track or a variety of modular kits to install on their own Dodge Challenger drag car. “Mopar and Dodge//SRT collaborated to make this factory production-based Challenger Drag Pak not only a forced to be reckoned with at the strip but also an instant collectable for Mopar enthusiasts,” said Mark Bosanac, Head of Mopar Service, Parts & Customer Care, FCA – North America. “Our legacy has been won at the track by the women and men who pour all they have into being the best. This new Challenger Drag Pak gives them the tools to stay in front of the competition.” Production of the new Challenger Drag Pak will be limited to 50 serialized units. Ordering and pricing details will be announced in the future. Heritage-inspired Graphics Signal Performance Just as the modern Dodge Challenger turns heads with design cues that harken back to the original muscle car era of the 1970s, the red, white and blue color scheme on the fourth-generation Challenger Drag Pak displays a modern flavor, seasoned with nostalgia. The graphics package is anchored by the blue Mopar logo and red “dragpak” badging on the quarter panels above the rear wheels. The red band wraps around the rear of the car, connecting the badges. A wide blue stripe, with red tracers on each side, runs from the edge of the front fascia, over the roof and through to the rear edge of the decklid. The graphic highlights the width of the Challenger Drag Pak and complements the variety of stripe packages Mopar offers for the Dodge Challenger. A blue band runs along the lower quarter of each side of the Challenger Drag Pak, accented by a red tracer line. “We want this to look so cool that when the customer buys a Challenger Drag Pak he or she wants to run these graphics because they are so iconic and stand out,” says Mark Trostle, Head of Performance, Passenger Car and Utility Vehicle Design for FCA – North America. “Mopar people are proud of the heritage and the look and they want to show that off.” Four Generations of Track Experience Construction of the Challenger Drag Pak begins with a standard-width Dodge Challenger Body-in-White (BIW) unibody built at the FCA Brampton Assembly Plant in Brampton, Ontario. An SFI-specification welded rollcage, rated for quarter-mile runs as fast as 7.50 seconds, is integrated into the body. New for the fourth-generation Mopar Dodge Challenger Drag Pak, the Strange rear axle assembly uses adjustable coilover shocks, four-link suspension with wishbone and an anti-roll bar. Wheelie bars and a parachute mount are integrated into the chassis and are standard. Up front, a unique engine cross member lowers the center of gravity and improves weight distribution. The front also includes specific Bilstein double-adjustable struts. The race-ready 2020 Mopar Dodge Challenger Drag Pak, powered by the supercharged 354-cubic-inch HEMI® V-8 engine, is fitted with a T400 three-speed transmission with a Kwik-Shift manual shifter, lightweight driveshaft, front and rear racing brakes, Racetech seats, Racepak Smartwire fully programmable power distribution center and a new, exclusive Drag Pak lightweight wheel and tire package. Also new for 2020, the Drag Pak hood mimics the design of the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, with intake and heat extractors. Front and rear fascias use the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat design. View the full article
  3. 1 point
    Goehner

    My 67 Dart 411in BGE Stroker Twin Turbo Build

    Can't wait to see it run.
  4. 1 point
    Hemi57

    It screams now LOL

    Sweet - Leg Maker FTW Dam it sounds nasty!
  5. 1 point
    MikeDCop

    It screams now LOL

    I’ve been thinking about a new intake. But I’ve already proven that I’m not mature enough to handle the 707hp I’ve already got. I don’t need anymore horsepower.
  6. 1 point
    300JET

    Billet s480

    Hey guys its been a fair while since I have been on here. Last time I was I was running an F1a Procharger. Ran Prochargers for nearly 10 years and in that time developed several methods to making them run well including a different pulley design and the WB Adapter plate. I have now converted to a Billet s480 settup. It has been on the car for nearly a year now and works flawlessly. 10 psi on start and 20 psi when set to kill. This is a Right Hand Drive Australian car. Hope you like it. 1559605197113.mp4 received_315157356021567.mp4
  7. 1 point
    Goehner

    Billet s480

    Badass
  8. 1 point
    toofart

    Modern Mopar Crime

    Fucking thieves.