I recommend to anyone looking to swap out their factory piece.
Curious to know when you have time if this version you received is plug n play or did you have to modify things to get it to fit in properly-It has larger (dual) flow passages (accounting for the change in core thickness.) This is the one I got them to build way back when. They had to tweak the 1st beta unit sent too me so all OE fasteners and seals would install. Nice to see one finally installed in a Hellcat. (Ron is a cool cat for sure...)
The last RDR unit I received went back with feedback. What Adonis installed is the result. He installed his feedback is above. Whats offered now appears to be spot on.Curious to know when you have time if this version you received is plug n play or did you have to modify things to get it to fit in properly-
More cooling defiantly cant hurt-
What Adonis installed above will work in a 2016 Challenger Hellcat as well.If a 2016 yr version for the HC challenger gets built and is plug n play I would be very interested in investing in one- My HC is in F status so it wont be too much longer for me -
I like the idea so long as you don't have to modify things to make it fit-
Thanks for the updates on this- From the images the build quality looks to be top notch-
I haven't really been able to test it. I think the true benefit will be on the track... I do plan on tracking the car this summer. As of now, it stays right around 180 degrees. I can also tell you it took almost another gallon of antifreeze over stock.Adonis... Any updates on the cooling efficiency?