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Added a few mods for increased performance and reliability.

200 shot Nitrous and ice tank.
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BMR control arms, trailing arms and toe rods with Menscer Coilovers/ DSS axles. I BMR enhanced there line-up for high hp cars.
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BMR Sub Frame
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ZL1 Addon diffuser modified to fit P4D Brace and retain angle.
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Icebox and Nitrous installed by Injected Engineering. Nitrous and new dedicated E85 tune by Curt. Also picked up a Hans Device (not pictured). Will be taking the car to the track soon. Should be in the 9’s.
 

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Very nice.

I'm thinking the Nitrous is in the future with how these progressive systems work. A full weight Charger just ran a 9.3 ontop of Tim's 900rwhp E85 package. Very impressive.
 

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Very nice.

I'm thinking the Nitrous is in the future with how these progressive systems work. A full weight Charger just ran a 9.3 ontop of Tim's 900rwhp E85 package. Very impressive.
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Great work as always!!! Totally modified and built for Strength, Safety and Speed!!!


I'm looking forward to you getting to the track and dialing in your Hellcat. Can't wait to see your results. I just know the numbers are going to be Awesome!

How soon will you be testing out your Hans device ?;):cool::cool::D

Linda :)
 

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James,
Great work as always!!! Totally modified and built for Strength, Safety and Speed!!!


I'm looking forward to you getting to the track and dialing in your Hellcat. Can't wait to see your results. I just know the numbers are going to be Awesome!

How soon will you be testing out your Hans device ?;):cool::cool::D

Linda :)
Thanks Linda. I hope to get to the track in a couple weeks to test both the Hans Device and the nitrous set-up.
 

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Ive never seen a nitrous bottle mounted in that configuration before, perfectly horizontal. I always thought the bottom of the bottle had to be lower than the valve, so that the dip tube could pick up the nitrous. Such as this:


Maybe it's just the angle of the picture?
FJ
 

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Ive never seen a nitrous bottle mounted in that configuration before, perfectly horizontal. I always thought the bottom of the bottle had to be lower than the valve, so that the dip tube could pick up the nitrous. Such as this:


Maybe it's just the angle of the picture?
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Injected Engineering oriented the bottle so the siphon is in the correct position during acceleration.
 

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Ive never seen a nitrous bottle mounted in that configuration before, perfectly horizontal. I always thought the bottom of the bottle had to be lower than the valve, so that the dip tube could pick up the nitrous. Such as this:


Maybe it's just the angle of the picture?
FJ
It's mounted like option #4 in your pic's, front to vehicle is the the left.
 

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Really looking forward to hearing about the results at the track. My diffuser will be here Saturday, and then later this month we'll be installing it when we do the suspension work: BMR poly cradle lock-out, Bwoody control arms and Spohn trailing arms, also with poly bushings, Gforce Outlaw axles, BMR subframe connector.

Thinking about picking up a spare 2.62 diff and having a local shop reinforce it with some custom brackets and welds, which should prepare me for NOS if I go that route. I'm still torn on the Menscer/HHP coilover setup. I know you've said it doesn't seriously affect drivability, but since I daily drive my car, I'm holding off on those until they're absolutely necessary to overcome the problems we have at altitude with 60' times / torque off the line. Curt says he can adjust the tune a bit to get more initial power, so when we do the install we're going to tweak the tune, as well.
 
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