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    Just gauging interest...but if want to buy now πŸ€”

    Make: Dodge
    Model: Challenger RT Shaker
    Year: 2015
    Condition: 2 - Good
    Mileage: 41000

    Price (USD): $35000

    Location: Local to Dallas/Fort Worth area or willing to come and pick up
    Shipping & Pickup: Can Meet / Pick Up in person
    Shipping Cost (USD): $

    Item description
    I'm looking to get something a little roomier. But 1st I wanna see what would be a good price for my car. I have made a few upgrades on it. I'm located in Burleson, TX (just south of Fort Worth, TX). She makes 515rwhp (~465tq). So if does decent.
    Here is the list of mods:
    Staggered VS Forged VS06 (~22lbs each) 20x9.5/x10.5
    Nitto NT 555 G2 255/45r20 and 295/40r20
    P-1SC-1 Procharger
    Corsa Extreme catback
    84mm throttle body
    Forged internals
    6.1 cam
    Catch can
    3.09 LSD ZF diff
    Stainless Works long tube headers




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    Just gauging interest...but if want to buy now πŸ€”
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    A quick video and print out from dyno

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTQv5sB_uto

    Last edited by Blaquesmith; 09-09-2018 at 08:32 PM.

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    Some pics...



    Last edited by Blaquesmith; 09-10-2018 at 09:06 PM.

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    ttt!!!

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    How did you put a non-VVT cam in a VVT engine (or was that supposed to be 6.4 cam)?
    03 Hemi Ram, 05 Magnum R/T, 06 Charger R/T (RIP)
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    I dont see any pics.
    2006 Dodge Daytona (Top Banana #3494)
    1-7/8" MAXIMIZER Longtube headers w/hiflow cats/Corsa Sport Catback/CAI/EGR delete/170* thermostat w/tweaked duty cycle
    Eibach Sportlines/Leather R/T steering wheel w/EVIC controls/91 octane tune by Johan
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    Quote Originally Posted by HemiLonestar View Post
    How did you put a non-VVT cam in a VVT engine (or was that supposed to be 6.4 cam)?
    No answer for that?

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    LMAO, slow your roll, it was a typo on my part. According to to the installer, it is a 6.4 cam

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blaquesmith View Post
    LMAO, slow your roll, it was a typo on my part. According to to the installer, it is a 6.4 cam
    Calm your tits, it wasn't meant to be confrontational lol, I figured one of a few things had occurred: it was a typo, you didn't wanna answer it, you couldn't answer it. Now we know

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    I sense another storm a brewing Just gauging interest...but if want to buy now πŸ€”


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    Naw, just talking crap. It’s healthy, lol...

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