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Surfer1420

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  1. A shortened or shorter sway bar link will cure that. I have shorted many stock links to make them fit inside the wheel.
  2. Actually it's the pad height that's different. The SRT requires a high pad where the R/T uses a medium pad. The pad is the area the rests against the rotor. The problem with Weld's are if you mount a tire on them without checking them on the car first, you own them. They will not accept returns if a tire has been mounted on them. I got screwed when I ordered a set for an 2015 SRT Challenger and they rubbed on the caliper.
  3. Call Frankenstein Engine Dynamics. 817-556-2434 They have them in stock ready to ship.
  4. It was nice to meet you at the Texas Mortorplex yesterday.  I'm sorry I didn't have more time to visit with you.  I retrospect I should have visited with you instead of getting ready for the race, lol!  I caught that Ramcharger guy so early I was pedaling like crazy to stay barely ahead of him and somehow I let him have the strip at the end.  I'm sure you're not impressed with my racing skills and i don't blame you.

    Other than that I hope you had a good time!

  5. Q16 is leaded fuel. It will mess with your cats and o2 sensors. MS109 is unleaded you can also use street blaze which is 100 octane unleaded.
  6. The 6.4 cam looks good on the dyno in a 5.7, but real world track testing shows otherwise.
  7. Had the same issue years ago. Turned out to be the ignition box. Changed to a chrome box and never looked back. Not a cheapy box from Orielly or Autozone a real Mopar Performance Chrome box.
  8. Congrats on the win.
  9. CaptRon, back to your original question before your thread got hijacked. It should work ok if a resistor is installed inline. The led draws so little current the computer thinks the light is out and will hyper blink and code. The resistor will fix that.
  10. I did the same thing a month or so back. I was told by several transmission shops that I don't make enough power to do that and didn't need any kind of upgrade.
  11. Convertor or rear gear ratio.
  12. That is true. I had to modify mine for the 4" shaft. Metco sells one also but it requires the trans on the 6 speed to be drilled for mounting holes on later models.
  13. I'm using an integrated Petty trans cross member and loop.