new build down in Houston Texas...more to come

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  1. getchasome

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    Good job brother. Keep it going and show us some more pics when it's done. Love the avatar
     
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    Very cool Very cool and welcome to the forum I'm from Texas also looks like you're definitely taking care of business glad to see it send us some more pics when you get a chance keep us informed and will see you at Houston Raceway Park good luck with the build I wish you all the best.
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    Looks like an extensive build...good luck and keep us updated.
     
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    Great looking car!!!

    I'm in the market for a good set of aftermarket roller rockers. It seems like the crank pulley and broken rocker arms are the two biggest issues with these tough little HEMI motors. Could you tell us what brand of rocker arms you are using? And any other details would of course be much appreciated.

    DRIVE ON BROHTER!!!!!
     
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    Hello Graycat, the rocker arms are from T & D, and we are also using the Mopar Drag Pak rocker stabilizer bars. The rocker arms are pretty much a bolt-on replacement, we are having to do a little bit of clearance work on the spark plug towers for the intake rockers, but T & D had forewarned us that it would be necessary.
     
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    What are the HP goals you are looking to achieve?
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    This looks exciting!! Please keep posting! Welcome from Texas!! I'll be watching!!
     
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    FastlaneMike...Thanks for the response. I've looked at their website in the past but I couldn't figure out which if any rocker arms listed would fit these cars. Apparently they do manufacture rockers for these cars but I was too dumb to figure it out from the website. These parts look very good in the photos.

    Would it be okay to ask what the part number and price is for these rockers?

    Thanks again for starting this thread and for your response to my question!!! Very much appreciated. Good looking car and I expect that you are going to terrorize some folks in your area with that car.
     
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    Hello Top Cat,

    We are hoping for 1,000+ at the tires - we have done it before on Race Cat's ( Archie ) build. E85, some nitrous, etc. This will be the first heads / cam that we have done on a Hellcat, so we are looking forward to seeing just what they will do. Car is a 2016 Charger / A8. Tuning will be done by Alex Peitz w/ HP Tuners.

    Thanks,

    Mike
     
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    Very nice, I'll definitely be keeping an eye on this build.
     
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    Hey Mike,

    On the cylinder heads, are you using a previously used CNC port or something new?
     
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    Hello Graycat,

    We never found them on their website either. It took some searching on Google to find a blurb about them being introduced at PRI. We contacted them and confirmed they were available, and ordered by application...no part number was given. I'd prefer that you contact Sheldon at T & D for pricing, since we are not a vendor here yet. I will say this...they are less expensive and more user-friendly than the Jesels! The Drag Pak rocker stabilizer bars are P/N P5155655 ( Mopar Performance ). Glad I could be of help to you, we will be posting more info regarding the build as it progresses.

    Thank you,

    Mike
     
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    Hi 1 Fast Kat,

    Our original intent was to have a local cylinder head specialist that has quite a bit of experience with Gen 3 Hemi heads work his magic on them, but due to time constraints on the build, he was not able to do them. We sourced the heads from Chris at Modern Muscle Xtreme, along with their recommended cam and converter.

    Thanks,

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    THANK YOU FastlaneMike!!!! Very much appreciated.

    Will this car be used for 1/8 or 1/4 mile "drag racing" 1/2 or full out 1 mile runs or just a nasty street car?

    Thanks again for the information.
     
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