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  2. You won't want to miss this one! Saturday November 13th at Cecil County Dragway, BE THERE! Share with your slow Ford, GM and Mopar friends! #DomesticsDisturbance2021 Get more info at www.BOTBDrag.com
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  4. Wondering how ChallergerFest went.
  5. Unfortunately, we’re skipping it this year. We’ll be there next year.
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  7. The memo is a day late and a dollar short.. I will miss another one.
  8. This must be the memo.
  9. Did I miss the memo?
  10. Hope to see some of you OGs next month at CF12. www.challengerfest.net
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  12. never mind taken care of..
  13. You should reach out to Mike & Micah at OST Dyno. I seem to remember them going through some trouble with the reluctor wheel on a motor they were building a while back.
  14. Tearing down 414 stroker (5.7 based) and found that the reluctor wheel on the back of the crank is loose! I've never seen or heard of this before. The engine builder is suggesting that after the new wheel is bolted in I should also tack weld it in several spots to the crank as an added precaution. Your thoughts...
  15. Tearing down 414 stroker (5.7 based) and found that the reluctor wheel on the back of the crank is loose! I've never seen or heard of this before. The engine builder is suggesting that after the new wheel is bolted in I should also tack weld it in several spots to the crank as an added precaution. Your thoughts...
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  17. I have moved to Fl. In a one bedroom apt until the house is completed. Really liking Ft Myers/Cape Coral.
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  21. Thanks guys, I did find a MOPAR one That is for a hellcat but works fine that I'm sure isn't near as good as the legmaster but the legmaster said you had to cut out some medal to install it and I didn't want to do that in case I wanted to go back to stock. One thing any one that has a 21 might want to know is that cap on the headlight is not like the instructions or online videos say it is. There are 2 torque screws in a cap at the very back of the headlight that you have to take out and not the 3 clips inside the light that everything says are there. Thanks again
  22. Been there, done that. I'll give you my 2 cents worth FWIW. On a pretty much stock 5.7 (mainly stock rotating assembly), the stock 5.7 heads are more than adequate for the displacement of the engine. Hot Rod Network did dyno tests on a pretty much stock (headers and cam) 5.7 using stock heads and ported/polished heads and the gain was only 12 horsepower. https://www.hotrod.com/articles/hemi-head-test-mild-and-wild/ I've ported/polished and milled .030 in. off the heads on both of my 5.7's and, if I've gained 25 hp., I say I did good. Milling the heads (raises the compression ratio by about a half point) were maybe worth 10-15 hp. and the port/polish was worth about 12 or so hp. You'll see, in the article, that if you increase the engine displacement, the gains will be much more substantial. The same would be true if you kept the stock displacement and went with properly set up forced induction and/or nitrous oxide injection,.Then bigger heads will help. As far as cams go, I would caution you to NOT go with a "large" cam with your stock displacement, pretty much for the same reason. If you go too big, a couple things will happen. First, your bottom end RPM power will be significantly reduced because almost all performance cams sacrifice the low end, in favor of improving the mid and top end RPM ranges. Second, your idle and driveability will be adversely affected, depending on how radical you go. I have advanced FRI Sidewinder cams in both of my 5.7's and, IMO, they are about as radical you'd want to go without having driveability issues for a daily driver. Regarding running nitrous on a stock rotating assembly, you probably wouldn't want to go more than a 75-100 shot, or you'd be at risk of gernading the engine. IMO, this is a good "on call" mod when coupled with a well selected cam, a good tune, headers/cat. back and the transmission set up properly. If you're into drag racing, a 75-100 shot can take about a full second off your elapsed time. One last thing......I would NEVER recommend Total Engine Airflow (TEA) for porting/polishing heads after the experience I had with them. I sent my pristine heads to them and four, yes four months later I received a different set of heads that had obviously been worked on before and were not near as nice as the ones I sent them. They claimed their CNC machine programming screwed mine up. I will say that the port and polish job was very nice though but, I'll never know what really happened to my heads. On my other 5.7, I found a shop locally that ported and polished them. That way I was able to keep an eye on them and what was being done to them.....a completely better experience.
  23. We all remember this gem: https://www.facebook.com/HHPRacing/posts/4269838893028497
  24. Can't do much with the NAG1, so the easiest thing to do is install a taller gear. The 5.7's came with a 2.82 in lieu of the 3.06 gear that's in your SRT8. It's a pretty easy swap. With the 2.82 gear, your cruise RPM will be about 1800 RPM. I have two early LX's, an 05 5.7 Magnum and an 06 6.1 300C SRT8 like yours, but both with performance cams in them. I am not sure why you want to lose a few hundred RPM though? If you have the stock cam in your 6.1, it is a mid/top end RPM range cam and you'd probably end up losing a little fuel economy. To improve fuel economy, you need to have a good tune and bring the RPM to a range that is as close to the power band as possible. I ended up installing a Getrag 3.06 LSD in my 5.7 and, along with the cam, MDS and other mods. I usually get 27-29 mpg on the highway and 15-17 mpg in town, and the 6.1 with the cam and custom engine/transmission tunes usually gets 23-25 mpg on the highway and 13-15 mpg around town. When the stock cam is compared to the performance cam in my 6.1, the biggest difference in the timing between the two is the Lobe Separation Angle (LSA). With a higher LSA, the power band is raised to a higher RPM, and vice versa. The stock 6.1 cam has an LSA of 117* and the aftermarket cam in nine has an LSA of 113* so mine performs substantially better at lower RPM than when it was stock and not quite as good at higher RPM.....where i't seldom driven.
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