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R/TWildChild

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R/TWildChild last won the day on July 27 2017

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  • Birthday 06/24/1988

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  1. Haha. I just can’t see myself driving auto for my “drag” car But i do preciate that, ready to put this crap behind me already Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  3. Got the NEW clutch in from delivery today Previous shipment received nearly two yrs ago (2 small shims, 1 large shim in box): Recent shipment received today (only one shim came in this package): Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. All good. And no, i can’t stay away from them 6spds. Much more fun to me, but definitely not when going through this crap Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I ordered ANOTHER Hays Dragon Claw Clutch kit; except through summit this time vs. HHP. Little more pricey but I’m doing it in hopes to see if i get sent a different clutch than the one I was sent before. Pretty damn sure i was sent the wrong clutch initially. Also, so i can get a side by side comparison of the two. If it’s the same end result, I’m sending it back and going back to stock flywheel / clutch Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. That’s actually where i went the day i saw the throwout bearing was pushed past the opening for the hydraulic line to connect, in addition to calling RPM to ask their thoughts which were same as yours Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. You ain’t fuckin lying man. First the RXT clutch takes a crap out on me which fucked up my RPM transmission (not even a year in after getting it). Bought this clutch which is now starting to look like i was sent the wrong one. Been working with Josh at HHP since i bought it through them and he got me in touch with a POC at Holley/Hays who now wants pictures to see what’s going on, and TBH I’m at the point of not knowing why they need pictures because there’s NO WAY this can be troubleshooted based on shops I’ve talked to. Should just be a simple, hey send it to us back and we will send you another one. But whatever keeps the ball rolling forward i guess. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Finally after a year and a half later, I’ve gotten around to put the car back together (clutch & transmission). Now, I’ve run into another problem. The shims provided for the throwout bearing has pushed it so far up that the throwout bearing connection is pushed past the stock Bellhousing opening for the hydraulic line to connect. Any ideas? I was thinking of finally just buying the QuickTime Bellhousing; if anyone could tell me the Bellhousing opening stretches further towards the clutch for the hydraulic line to fit where the throwout bearing has been pushed up? I’ll be pulling the trigger. TBH overall, I’m thinking of just pulling the whole fking thing and going back to a stock clutch. Been a pain in the ass. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. That's a badass harness set up tho , good shit [emoji106] @ speedlogix [emoji867] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Damn!!!! I've heard some fucked up shit about speedlogix; this one tops it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Isn't there another Hellcat clutch made by "Bad Boyzz" , pretty penny though but says it's tough as shit. Haven't read of anyone's experience yet Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Best I've run with FBO and 274 cam on my 5.7 block was a 12.74 & on a f'd up tune. AJ is squaring all that away for me and hope to pull a 12.5x outta my ass we'll find out soon However, I will say that the price I paid just for parts alone and porting, I could have bought a small S/C by throwing down just a few more hundred bucks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Stock 5.7 stroked to a 410 is no good. The size of the bore will make the block weak which I will say won't last long after. Whatever you're doing now is going to be considered expensive; whether it come in the form of your time/troubles/or pocket. You're best bet IMO to remain not so expensive - FIRST Purchase Supercharger or nitrous - Then Ditch the 392 intake manifold idea>>>Port the stock 5.7 intake manifold (much cheaper) or get a 6.1 manifold (can be expensive) - THEN Purchase a custom cam to fit mods *If money allows to do at same time of cam install--Take off, Port the stock heads, slap back on* Call it a day on the stock block Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Even with that cam, and rest of accessories you wouldn't put out more than a SC Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I said MINIMUM 5rwhp gain , which I'm sure can be more but your gains will be less than a supercharger tho Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk