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  1. 1 point
    Speedy

    Let's See Your Crazy Cooler Mods

    I had to have adapters machined, but I think Crazy Coolers now offers a kit based on my design. Yes the wheels are racing kart wheels/tires.
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    Renfrick1

    Boost Is Coming!

    Building a car is not for everyone. For Some of us it’s the love for the car. I’ll never get rid of mine for a hc. It means to much to me. But if you don’t have attachment to the car dump it now before you get to deep. it will never be a hellcat. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Thanks for sharing torque specs man, I am putting in Adj upper control arms on rear and had to drop cradle about an inch to access bolts for removal, wanted to go back to oem torque specs for safety.
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    Renfrick1

    Boost Is Coming!

    The car starts doing that when it realizes your thinking of a hellcat. Haha no clue but everything is in the tune Data log it and send it to them Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. 1 point
    CruzKing

    Boost Is Coming!

    watching
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    Torque on the cradle bolts is 133 ft-lbs. Some info on swapping out the diff can be found here: http://www.challengertalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=617737 What specifically would you like to know? Sent from my SM-S975L using Tapatalk
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    Josh and Tout/Top Cat sure made history with #1 "Helluva" Hellcat ride to Reaching the Goal !! Tout/Top Cat entrusted Josh to continue on for him with the R&D and T&T just as if he was alive. I am very proud of Josh for always working hard to gain the knowledge and putting his maximum effort to keep a promise to John and Blast his car into the 8's! Well Done Josh!!!! Linda TopCat Dodge Challenger Hellcat Runs 8s | RacePages DigitalThe forthcoming Dodge Challenger SRT Demon has certainly garnered a significant amount of attention with its 9-second time slip from the factory. However, it is the Hellcat that has been carrying the Challenger SRT brand into the forefront of the street performance market and HHP Racing has been on the cutting edge of it for nearly a decade. As the drag racing season is coming to a close in most parts of the country, Josh Schwartz snuck out to Maryland International Raceway one last time with Top Cat, a 2015 Challenger SRT Hellcat. Armed with a nitrous bottle to compliment the HHP/BES Gen III Hemi, Schwartz knocked off an 8.883 at 154.99 mph in the 4,500-pound street car, besting the old record of 8.913 turned in by the Epling Garage’s Challenger.That time slip marks the Top Cat as the top of the Hellcat heap and also earned them the first 8-second equipped Challenger with an A8 factory automatic transmission. It is also a tribute to John Toutkoushian, who passed away in 2016, and his wife, Linda, lets HHP Racing carry-on his legacy with the TopCat. The pathway to the 8s was a well-laid plan crafted through extensive experience on thousands of Gen III Hemi-equipped Dodge vehicles that HHP is known for building.The heads and blower took a vacation at BES Racing where Schwartz collaborated with the engine shop on specific upgrades and changes to the 6.2L Hemi. The factory cylinder heads and factory supercharger snout were ported by BES Racing to keep air, fuel, and spent gases moving through the engine efficiently. A camshaft is the gatekeeper for the air going in and out of the cylinders and Schwartz shared his extensive knowledge on the Gen III Hemi engine with BES Racing in order to create a unique camshaft profile. The short-block is 100% stock as it came from Dodge, a testament to the factory’s commitment to excellence in the supercharged Hemi platform.The factory-supplied 2.4L twin-screw supercharger is turned harder with a 2.65-inch upper pulley and an ATI Performance Products Overdrive damper to increase boost pressure to 20 psi. American Racing Headers provided the entire exhaust system from the long-tube headers back to the tailpipes. All told, the TopCat cranks out 980 rwhp on the company’s in-house chassis dyno and Schwartz worked with Hemi Tuner Performance to get the engine calibration spot on with the VP Racing Fuels Q16 race fuel. Schwartz and Hemi Tuner Performance worked exclusively with DiabloSport CMR software in order to get the 1,000-plus hp combination to run smoothly and to have the transmission shift perfectly. On track, Schwartz admits to adding in a small shot of nitrous from a Nitrous Outlet plate system, however, the team hasn’t run it on the chassis dyno.Making horsepower is one thing, applying it to the drag strip is another and HHP Racing has extensive experience in that regard. In order to get the 4,500-pound street machine hurling down the track in sub-9 second fashion, the Mickey Thompson ET Radial Pro 275 tires are stuck to the ground thanks to help from HHP/Santhuff shocks and struts with a fortified IRS setup. Southern Hot Rod was tapped to build the A8 eight-speed automatic transmission and Pro Torque is responsible for the torque converter. The transmission and suspension help apply the enormous power properly and the result has been a best of a 1.369 sixty-foot time, an impressive feat considering the high race weight with driver.As a tribute to John Toutkoushian who’s passion ran deep for the Challenger platform, Schwartz said this couldn’t have been possible without Linda Toutkoushian, John’s wife. She is the owner of Top Cat and the driving force in continuing the go-fast tradition.
  8. 1 point
    It’s funny, someone I know was talking to me about how they heard a hc was running hi 8’s. I said “ that’s top cat”. It went over his head. But for me, it brought back a memory of John at Vmp snapping an axle. I’m happy topcat is still getting out. congrats!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    That is SO AWESOME Linda! Congrats to you, HHP and the entire team that made this happen!!!
  11. 1 point
    chris1992

    SRT Brembo install on RT

    Check Cleveland Pick-A-Part, that's who I bought my brembos from. They normally have everything needed (spindles and knuckles) for less than $1500.
  12. 1 point
    Hemi57

    SRT Brembo install on RT

    OBTW - if you can find the Daytona rear caliper bracket you can put the big rotors on the rear. Also, I got dimpled and slotted rotors for all 4 corners, with pads and free shipping from Brake Perfomance for around $400 back when it did my brake upgrade. Sent via Tapatalk
  13. 1 point
    Tat2oedR/T

    SRT Brembo install on RT

    I did this swap a couple of years ago on my 2012 RT, these are the black brembo calipers, here is what i ordered: From East Coast Moparts: CALIPER ASSY 68144242AA1 CALIPER ASSY 68144243AA1 KNUCKLE-FRONT 5181896AA1 KNUCKLE-FRONT 5181895AA1 From Rock Auto: SS brake line 95063004 Then it's whatever rotors and pads for an SRT that you choose, i also got these from Rock Auto: CENTRIC 12663063SL (126.63063SL) Rotor CENTRIC 12663063SR (126.63063SR) Rotor CENTRIC 30911490 (309.11490) Brake Pad
  14. 1 point
    Hemi57

    SRT Brembo install on RT

    When I had my Challenger I looked at this swap. Back then it was everything including the steering knuckles.
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    us1champ

    SRT Brembo install on RT

    All I know is you have to basically have the front end for a srt to bolt on the Brembos from what I gather Knuckles control arms ect What did speedy do? He has videos I thought on doing Baer breaks on his d car? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  16. 1 point
    tomoro

    oh yeah PB !!

    full weight 300c 5.7 2007 and a constant 60' !