2.4 upper 10% lower e85

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  1. 1Hellcat2Envy

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    Hey guys! I'm trying to order some goodies from metco but would like to know if anyone is running the setup I'm interested in before doing so...

    2017 Hellcat Charger A8
    BWoody intake
    Cat delete
    Id1000's
    E85
    2.4 upper pulley
    10% lower

    Car will be dyno tuned on dynojet with HP tuners software on stock ecu in Miami, FL.

    Let the comments begin!
     

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    You need at least id1300 and you are probably reaching critical speed on the supercharger with that pulley combo. With the lower and 2.65 upper it puts you around 19-20psi.

    Also need a Bap or a fuel system.
     
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    I don't have any 1st hand experience - but I will vote that you will need ID1300's with that combo...
     
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    Gonna make too much heat too quickly and kill HP with a 2.4 not to mention probably destroy your superchager. 2.65/10% lower I get right around 17-18 psi
     
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    Handful of quality tuners here on the forum that have proven results. Not sure it's worth the risk of going one off with your own box of parts. Certainly don't need an intake.

    I'd search them before considering a homemade package as they seem to have a very good recipes on the Hellcats. Here's a few to search on:
    Josh or AJ (Hemituner) @ High Horseman (HHP)
    Tim @ Barth Tuning
    Skip @ Demon Performance


    No affiliation with any of these but I've seen the testaments and timeslips posted.
     
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    I doubt I need a fuel system. There's cars out there at 1000whp with a stock fuel system just a bap.
     
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    You be surprised how much boost your making since the stock sensors stop reading after 17.5 ish.
     
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    Thanks. I heard Tim @ Barth tuning was running the 2.4 10% setup for months before selling the car.
     
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    Just talk to your tuner since he will ultimately be the one that should guide you through the part selection. Agreed with the bap just putting it out there that you need either or. Remember e85 1000hp to the wheels is different than race gas 1000hp to the wheels. You will need 30% more fuel with e85.
     
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    My pocket is going to hurt with those 1300's lol. Maybe a 2.5 upper 10% with the 1000's?
     
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    He's the one that told me it wasn't beneficial
     
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    My tuner is a Chevy guy, and not too firmiliar with the hellcat yet. Yes indeed 30% more with e85.
     
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    Sweet. Any way of contacting him?
     
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    Hey Chris...This is the thread I mentioned, tuned by Tim:

    New 16 build

    The other car that I mentioned (that has since been sold) was built by Injected Engineering, in Georgia.

    You are considering a very aggressive pulley combo, so please proceed with caution. Feel free to contact me again if I can help.
     
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