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2016 Challenger Rt N2O Or Boost

I have a 2016 Challenger RT 5.7l I love my car an don't care that its not an SRT8 or a Hell Cat, I have long tube headers no cats no mid mufflers an dynomax bullet mufflers waiting on my bbk 85mm throttle body, have diablo pcm with trinity looking for a little more getup an go. Im new to the hemis an want to know which is better nitrous with the throttle body plate or a supercharger. Thank you to everyone who comments

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Well you can cam it with nitrous and get 600HP with 250 shot or Procharger P1 stock block 8psi 500HP or stroke your 5.7 to 392 and boost like crazy with Procharger D1, whipped and cam. The sky is the limit when forged to 392.

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I would put a Whipple on that bitch and not go over 7 psi, you will be a happy camper.

 

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Nitrous will be less expensive but a supercharger will be less effort (no bottle filling, checking bottle pressure, remembering to switch between a nitrous tune and NA tune, etc). A supercharger is really the way to go if you are able to.

Shoot me an email at micah@ostdyno.com and I'll get you a price for either install.

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I would put a Whipple on that bitch and not go over 7 psi, you will be a happy camper.

 

 

^^ also agree with this!  Whipple wasn't an option when I supercharged mine (Magnuson).  I've put about 45,000 on mine with the blower and still enjoy it just as much as the day it was done.  On street tires 7psi will be more than you can get hooked up.  Supercharge it and be done.

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