Charger SRT Hellcat
My husband had the15 inch Brake conversion for 15 wheels done right after have the 9 inch rear installed. The 9inch rear was was being developed.Thanks Linda...it won't be necessary. I think you said it all the faster the car the smaller the wheel. i.e. the more torque and HP the smaller the wheel. When you start looking at the 8's you'll need a 15" wheel. 18s are good for 10s. And 17s are a good all around size. Thanks w/ this info I have rethought going to a 15" setup at least for a while.
He really believed in building for safety and strength. He wanted this before his Hellcat had the power, to meet the manufactures promises of how much hp the part would hold up to.
If it broke at a lesser HP, that would push the MFG to get it right and not just give us the "paperwork marketing" lies and scams.
There are more options now for parts. Many mfg's know, they are not going to sell a part unless it stands up to the HP they say it will.
I still go to the track and T&T and R&D parts and Tuning with Josh @HHP. He has several guys running Hellcats with ET's of 8.5 and below and they continue to T&T and R&D of parts and Tuning for the higher HP parts.
There are many Hellcats and of course modern Mopars who race in Hemirace.com. This is where you will also find the "Truth from the Track" from many part vendors.
I am looking forward to sometime have the time to race at an NMCA race!
Year after year HHP has continued to push the envelope, constantly redefining the limits of this platform and we are excited to help grow the HEMI community at the NMCA and showcase the fastest modern Mopars out there with the HHP Racing HEMI Quick 8 Class! See you HEMI heads at the race track...