besides motor..differancs from hellcat from a srt?

Discussion in 'SRT Hellcat General Discussions' started by toplescuda, Aug 6, 2015.

  1. toplescuda

    toplescuda Silver Member

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    Can anyone list the know differences from a hellcat challenger and a srt challenger of same year?
    Wheels gas cap and exh. Tips are black
    Hood. And of course motor. But is thers anything else? Functions in the electronic.s? Same exhaust???
    Lets hear them
     
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    nkdave Sublime, black hood, M6

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    Brakes!
     
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    Ironfelix Rookie

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    Does Hellcat have collision avoidance and lane departure electronics? I think SRT8 does...
     
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    toplescuda Silver Member

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    I wonder why they did not put road lamps like the other challengers
     
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    grill/front end, hood, hood stripes, rear spoiler body color, rim color, i believe they may have 3 options for steering?, fog lights, optional speed sensing cruise control,
     
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    Transmission is different too.
     
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    Hellcat and SRT use the same Brembo brakes.
     
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    j_niko Silver Member

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    Brakes is a big difference.
    Steering wheel feels thicker to me or something. Feels very....racy
    I traded in a 2012 SRT with M6. hellcat M6 is definitely different. Although when boost comes into play, the shifting is definitely and little 'aggressive' feeling.
     
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    Beefier tranny, drive shaft, rear end gears, and axles to handle the torque.
     
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    macden SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    Pretty sure the HC brakes are bigger
     
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    Paladin06 Have Guns Will Travel Staff Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member

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    Don't forget the Hellcat is a monster and the SRT8 is a car. :)
     
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    tjohnson Hellcat Member

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    I've seen both in person, and they both look to have the same brakes. Rotor size were 15.4 inches in the front, and 13.8 inches in the rear. Same caliper as well. 6 piston in the front, and 4 piston in the back.
     
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    Save the engine, they're pretty much the same car. Same brakes, same suspension, same transmissions (same design, beefed for Hellcat obviously) etc.
     
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    base SRT should brake and handle better then since it weighs less
     
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    I've actually owned both cars. I traded my sublime green 15 SRT 392 for a B5 blue Hellcat. Both cars had 6 speeds.

    Suspension, brakes and interior are the same. Steering is stiffer on the Hellcat, but only because the steering is not adjustable like it is on the 392. The 392 in track mode has the same steering input as the Hellcat. Gears are much taller in the Hellcat.
     

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