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steveneth

1000+ Rwhp Challenger Rt

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Hello all, I just wanted to see what you folks thought of my build.

 

2013 Challenger Redline RT

392 Stroker built by TyTech

Manly forged rotating assembly

Methanol Injection

Precision Turbo Twin 67/66s

NAG-1 1000HP Transmission from Paramount Performance with custom TCM

Headers and full Magnaflow exhaust

Loudvalves boost controlled cut-outs

Custom Triumph Forged 20x9.5" front and 20x11" rear wheels

Nitto 555 G2 265/35/20 fronts and 315/35/20 rears

Powerstop brakes

Eibach Pro Kit

RGV Pro Lighting Headlights

1036 RWHP / 978 TRQ at 20 PSI on pump gas

Built by DBR High Performance

 

Check it out at SMOKD_RT on Instagram

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Looks clean. I dig the stance. If you took it to DBR you must be local to me? Definitely wanna check it out at CF8.

I'm close to Nashville.

 

 

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Yes they are boost activated. Open at around 5psi. If you look at DBR's FB page they did some before and after dyno pulls on a mustang and an SRT jeep and made some impressive gains. You can also connect them to a boost controller and make them open at a higher psi. I like the fact that they allow me to cruise around and sound basically stock but at WOT it sounds like the wrath of God is coming!!

 

 

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I need some advice. This car still needs a driveshaft, rear end and axle upgrade. I have looked at a 9" "bolt on" kit but dang $9K!! Anyone know of a cheaper option? At this point one launch on a drag strip and something is going to snap!!

 

 

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The DSS 9" or Dynatrack Dana 60 is the way to go. We have installed both and have thoroughly tested the 9" and will be doing some high horsepower testing on the Dana in the next few days.

 

The DSS kit is actually $7200 if ordered with the LSD. With a spool it's $6800 or so. It's expensive but it's extremely stout and won't break at your power level!

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The DSS 9" or Dynatrack Dana 60 is the way to go. We have installed both and have thoroughly tested the 9" and will be doing some high horsepower testing on the Dana in the next few days.

 

The DSS kit is actually $7200 if ordered with the LSD. With a spool it's $6800 or so. It's expensive but it's extremely stout and won't break at your power level!

Thanks, I'll definitely look into that.

 

 

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