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Plumkrazy

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About Plumkrazy

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  1. Hello all, Long time no post.. I decided I would take the car out this weekend and get a peice of one of the new hellcats.. Im heading into the shop now changing all the plugs and re plumbing the ice box. Hope to get some descent DA and maybe even a good launch. See what the plum's stock 5.7 will do against the monster.
  2. run the hpt switch from a source you can control. if you are using the WOT switch for activation you will need to have an interupter. Dont use the a/c switch.. i think i would run a toggle look up attawa
  3. they used to have a 10 year warranty.. i see they changed that.. i had one years ago and loved it.. you can completely kill it a million times and it will re charge.. ine went bad after a year but was promptly exchanged
  4. people in the know.... MOPAR is messing with chipped ecus, so you can have them pick your tune..
  5. not much towing the 28 inch... but truck had plenty of power... electric brakes were fine and gas milage was awesome 4 to 6 mpg get the sway control, even if its just a friction slider style for 90 bucks... worth the money on lartger trailers or at highway speeds
  6. yes they fit. kid here has some one one...
  7. yeah john we will bring my stuff.. with the baby I wont have enuugh to race anyway and since im bound for the arctic,, i wont be needing it anytime soon
  8. john ill bring my ice box and we can give it a swing in your car...... are you currently running all 3/4 iside diameter tubing?
  9. bring your car to the dealer.. dyno tune and warranrty vois in 10 minutes at 100 bucks an hour for tuning they offered some tuning to a person I know, with the purchase of a mopar crate unit.. but the freind said that the mopar ecm would still be a very mild tune.. with a 426 putting out circa 475 .. heck the 392 does that
  10. the higher flow will decreased the soak time for the the cooler, however the increased flow continuous will still cool the charge.. as long as he has cold water flowing, even rapidly across the coils it will be more than sufficiant.. Its really the soak after the initial burnout thats gonna be the key.. My biggest concearn would be if the tank cant keep up and he gets air in the lines.. Big tank, lots of ice with sufficiant water.. If we come i have an ice maker at work.. ill filll all three coolers.. if need be you can run my pump and setup too..
  11. tic tic.. is that hemi tap.. no, no.. its the clock ticking down on the loud ass boom to follow.. but regaurdless thats a bad mother focker
  12. i dont know if you are going to race in classes but I do agree with john on this.. 17 inch slicks are better than 17 inch drag radials but, you cant run them in a dot class and they are not that much better than the drag radial.. the 15 inch slicks with a tall sidewall will be much more benifical.. Ive seen GSO wrinkle the 17s so I know you can do it but........ Race for money 15s race for yourself 17 inch dr, try the nto5 r or the m&H 's im running the smaller diameter ones too on a 6 speed and if you want a consistant low 60 lower than 1.6 you better hunt for slocks.. or BIG radials which then actually hurt your power by greatly increasing the rolling resistance also bring it to bradenton and we can make a few adjustments psi shift points ect to improve your e.t. ive ran the d/rs in the 16 range.. plus we will have someone to watch your tools
  13. ill get the sub n stuff in feb if thats cool.. heck I wont be racing in alaksa...
  14. 14 you can get a liscense up too 100 mph, or you could years ago.. then there is the jr dragsters.. 8 or 9 to start racing those, maybe younger to do test n tunes
  15. we have one down here too, steeda puts this one on.. pony wars!