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rayzazoo last won the day on March 24 2013

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About rayzazoo

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  1. So I'm considering a supercharger upgrade for a 2012 SRT but I'm concerned about the transmission being able to handle the additional power. What modification to the NAG1 would I have to do to be in the safe margin?
  2. Camaro ZL1, hehe all kidding aside, it would be nice to see a 426 or a supercharged ??? in the Challenger from the factory.
  3. Unless it's a really aggressive cam and other than sound, how would California be able to "test" if you have a different camshaft? Even so, the O2 sensors would still be working. CARB is an excuse to make more money. It's really hard to tell that I'm even running a camshaft in my setup.
  4. Speedlogix (ironically, it is very similar, if not the same as the Razor's Edge Strut Brace)
  5. The arrows on the V1 are a great help. Definitely helps a lot with knowing if it's someone ahead, or if it's someone following you.
  6. 2013 S..R..T Viper droool
  7. A very nice block indeed
  8. You're right about the 450rwhp peak. I can't speak for the Arrington cam (225i/234e), but for the Inertia SRTMax (218i/223e), when dyno'ed with the SAE standard, between 4,000-5,500 rpm, you're looking at 395+ rwtq with a peak around the 415-420 range around 4,600rpm. I mention torque because it gets my 4,190lb fat ass moving.
  9. Where's the thread at? I could use a good read. Unfortunately the search thingy is broke..
  10. Why all the parts sell? Are you planning something else?
  11. So, 2010 - Mopar Charger Redline @ SEMA 2012-13 - 426 Redline Charger R/T a reality 2011 - Chrysler 426S 300C @ LA Auto Show 2013-2014 - 426 300 2011 - SRT Challenger ACR @ SEMA 2013-14 - 426 Challenger Sounds like a plan to me.
  12. Here are the videos, enjoy! Video Part 1 - The Crash video Part 2 - The Aftermath Corvette ZR-1 - Base price: $110,300
  13. Once someone get's this mod in, could you take pictures of the transition between the front and the rear with the throttle plate open? I am guessing this is also a new throttle plate correct? Either way, I know with the Modern Muscle ported throttle body, the stock throttle plate has a lip that's not ported out and oil residue builds up behind that.
  14. To figure out your new fan settings, (1) Figure out your max engine coolant temperature while operating at your typical cruising highway speed = Max ECT. (2) Add 6 to the Max ECT = LS. This will be your low fan settings for both AC on and AC off. (3) Add 6 to the LS = MS/HS. This will be your medium/high fan settings for both AC on and AC off. For example, On my last drive , with the 180 t-stat, the engine coolant temperature was operating at a steady 188 degrees in 90 degree weather @ 70mph (my typical highway cruising speed) without any fans on. Now, figure out your max ECT. Usually you can find this when you accelerate to pass someone. Mine turned out to be 194 degrees. So with the 180 t-stat installed, (1) Max ECT = 194 (2) 194 + 6 = 200 = LS, this will be my low fan settings for AC on/off. (3) 200 + 6 = 206 = MS/HS, this will be my medium/high fan settings for AC on/off. You can also use the ECT @ cruise, in this case the 188 and get LS = 194, MS/HS - 200. I suggest the Max ECT because I'd rather have air flow across the radiator do the cooling than loosing power to run the fans. The reason for the +6 is once your fans hit the temperature settings, it takes 6 degrees to cool below that temperature before they shut off again. So, for example, the LS is at 194, they won't shut off until the ECT reaches 188 degs. Your oil temperatures in this case will be between 208-213 while cruising in comparison to the 220-250 deg temperatures with the stock 203 t-stat.