The Hellcat Hemi Superbird: The Hellbird!

Discussion in 'SRT Hellcat General Discussions' started by Michael, May 29, 2015.

  1. Michael

    Michael Senior Hellcat Member

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    I was in contact with this guy a couple months ago, he's the one who bought the Hellcat "crate motor" off Facebook. I put that in quotes because, according to my friend at Chrysler, that was never a crate motor, it was a replacement engine and required a VIN to be sold. But, going with the 'possession is 9/10 of the law' rule, he kept the engine despite Chrysler wanting it back.

    So what did he do with it? He's putting it into a 1970 Superbird with a GM 4L85e transmission. I know, purists are hating this because the car is getting some cutting to fit things properly, but in the end I think it's going to be a helluva car! It should be more than 707HP after he gets it tuned by HP Tuners - Jay is the man there!

    Imagine a 700+ HP Hellcat Hemi in a car meant to go over 200mph!
    Here's our third installment of this insane build: Project Hellbird Making Progress And Making Some Of The First Cuts - Street Legal TV
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  2. gasser

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    I would love to put one in my Anglia or my 38ply coupe with a good tranny.

    that mod will be nice in the superbird
     
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