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  1. Congrats , and sorry to hear man , I’ll keep my eyes and ears open for ya! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Out of curiosity, what were their 60ft times?? I've been running 305/45/18 555r's and seeing 1.6x 60ft. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  3. Definitely a night and day difference with radials. The cheap route is probably the way to go if your only running them every so often. The cobras and mt/et are a great option. Welds are great and light, but a little more pricey. That's all up to you. As for fairing against a hellcat, spinning ain't winning so there's always hope!! My buddy brad in his 5.7 charger just wasted a hellcat last week at Lebanon valley, got it on video. Driver error, sure maybe, but a win is a win!!! Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  4. Arh makes an excellent product , however they are also quite proud of that;) kooks are equally awesome and proud. Oem srt shorts are certainly better than the logs on the 5.7. If your not worried about funds , I'd go with the long tubes just for the sound alone. Along with better scavenging. Especially if you are going FI down the road. I had the arh on my 5.7 ram and couldn't have been happier. If $$$ is an issue , there is a thread going on about the knock off kooks on eBay. Awaiting there fitment , I might even go that route as the headers alone are only 160$ and the quality although not my first hand experience, seem to be very well. Also not saying the oem shorts won't hold up to big power ,but you can't beat the sound of long tubes. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  5. The oem opening is 80 , is what I was saying. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  6. Lots of people make ported TB's. Most 87's are just ported(tapered) with the same butterfly to smooth out flow, and are still the same 80mm at the butterfly. The rest are actually ported all the way with new butterfly, and are usually 85,88,and 90. Give or take a few brands. Also not a lot of gains to be had unless you're going to increase flow everywhere else and port match your manifold. Although , I've heard of guys trapping higher with them. I added an 88mm Arrington, gains or not it will help with my future mods , but really it was just to scratch the itch, and I got a great price. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  7. Any updates fellas??! Got this the other day .....
  8. on my 16 charger scat, I there is roughly around 7" of backspacing, so around 6 3/4" is pretty safe. The wheel you are describing has about 6 1/2 backspacing. You should be just fine , although the geometry and tire play a role with how close you will actually be. I'm running 20x10 +33/6.8BS and have around 3/8 clearance. Yours will come out the fender a bit more , but I think you'd be fine.
  9. Happy thanksgiving!!! Looking forward to working together in the future. Have a safe holiday everyone, loosen up the belts!!!!
  10. IMO, toyo's and nitto's are trash, way too hard of a compound for winter, that being said I prefer coopers, bf's, and believe it or not the Atturo xt's are an excellent all terrain. Do with it what you will, tire threads are are more of a to each their own. I loved the atturo's, and they are very well priced.