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This appeared this morning. "Possible last hurrah for the Hellcat"
Now that’ll make sense for sure! And if they bang into heritage they should do a Dukes of Hazard running on moonshine 🥃🍾 Now obviously with so many snowflakes and haters around that’ll be just a dream a cool one mind you 😉Could be the meaning of this on their garage doors for the campaign that seem to never be launching.
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Somthing is coming with approx 900hp for 2023This appeared this morning. "Possible last hurrah for the Hellcat"
Aug 15-17th Road kill nights in Detroit is when they will announce what's coming !!When’s the press release
Why not? Don't forget, E85 is better for the environment.Highly doubt it'll leave a factory floor running E85.
That’s exactly what I’m hoping for…that maybe this is paving the way for the not-yet-released Stage 3 Direct Connection kit, maybe!If it comes to fruition, it will require a robust fuel system, which will mean the possibility of o.e. quality upgrades for the rest of us.
Indeed.If it comes to fruition, it will require a robust fuel system, which will mean the possibility of o.e. quality upgrades for the rest of us.
Not sure how they got this past California unless it’s arriving at the dealership with RedEye power and gets modified after. They could get away with fuel pump, fuel line, injector upgrades at the factory then PCM swap after delivery?
Hope it happens for all the obvious reasons but it actually creates a bigger carbon footprint that gasoline when you factor in the fertilizer, diesel fuel to plant, maintain, and harvest along with energy consumed in distillation and transportation. Alcohol would not even be in the blend if not for some archaic subsidies that benefit the corn growers and distillers at the expense of the taxpayer. It also is not taxed at the same rate as gasoline. Another boondoggle. Still, what comes out of the tailpipe is better and the performance is a known entity. Hope it happens - I would assume the E85 will always be around knowing that government incentives created 22 million cars that are flex fuel compatible in the US. Bring it on - I'll be first in line. Don't know why the cost should be much higher? Didn't add much to the cost of an Impala - they have offered flex fuel for at least 15 years.