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just trying to see , the factory shaft will work, with this length wise, and also going to need bellhousing , but interested forsure
 

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just got of the phone again with liberty gears, very good people indeed , however their weight times are 4-6 months, well turns out ill be going TH400 swap kit from OST dyno if they are stocked up , and a buddy will do a swap, also the plan is to get a 4.9KB mammoth and a chiller, i keep hearing the motors are good for 1100 factory bottom end, true or ?
I don't think I could live with a 3 speed but if the car only has one purpose then I guess that makes it different.
 

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I don't think I could live with a 3 speed but if the car only has one purpose then I guess that makes it different.
yep , i'm still looking at options, spooling got a Very nice t56 however gotta look and see it it will work with my monster triple disc, and factory DS
 

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just trying to see , the factory shaft will work, with this length wise, and also going to need bellhousing , but interested forsure
This will come with a $1200 Quicktime scattershield that I highly recommend. If it'll work, you may just need to put in new holes on the flange to fit the hellcat engine. Or cut the flange off and weld one on for the hellcat. Just an idea if you wanted to think about trying to use it if you happen to get the trans. Or you may just be able to use the stock bell and be good to go.

I run a 7.25 inch twin disc on the s2000 and know a triple disc will work on this setup as well.
 

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I saw in your for sale thread and that you are planning on going to a stage 3 build.

Are you building for track purpose?

It would be helpful to know for recommendations and you could also start a build thread.

Linda :)
 

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I saw in your for sale thread and that you are planning on going to a stage 3 build.

Are you building for track purpose?

It would be helpful to know for recommendations and you could also start a build thread.

Linda :)
track is about 20-35 % for now and street is the other 60%, eventually it will be a strip only car, thinking of also doing the bottom end not sure yet of what assembly is better, forged and or billet, however work-in progress, going to do the trans and bigger blower for now, and come fall time start with the motor.
 

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so today i got a hold of rossler and put a down-payment on it, along with ordering the other parts for the swap, now all that's left now is a torque converter and to order the blower, hopefully within the months end.
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Rossler is Top Notch for sure
Check out the Suncoast

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just got of the phone again with liberty gears, very good people indeed , however their weight times are 4-6 months, well turns out ill be going TH400 swap kit from OST dyno if they are stocked up , and a buddy will do a swap, also the plan is to get a 4.9KB mammoth and a chiller, i keep hearing the motors are good for 1100 factory bottom end, true or ?
Talk to Justin at Coan Engineering regarding a TH400. He’s done lots of TH400s for Hellcat conversions. Torque converter selection is important at and he’s really good at that.
 

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Talk to Justin at Coan Engineering regarding a TH400. He’s done lots of TH400s for Hellcat conversions. Torque converter selection is important at and he’s really good at that.
hey i am thinking of doing a 3.09 swap from a 3.70 for good hwy cruising and more top end , do stock diffs auto or manual directly bolt in or are they diffrent?
 

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just got of the phone again with liberty gears, very good people indeed , however their weight times are 4-6 months, well turns out ill be going TH400 swap kit from OST dyno if they are stocked up , and a buddy will do a swap, also the plan is to get a 4.9KB mammoth and a chiller, i keep hearing the motors are good for 1100 factory bottom end, true or ?
1080whp no issues yet(cammed,maggie,p&p heads,105 tb,1050's,10% lower 3.0 upper,kb bap
big John's dual idler,LG tubes no cats no mids,diff brace.18 widebody. Ps also looking into th400 curious on cost?
 

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This is such a great thread...first of all White Tiger, hats off to you for squeezing every bit of fun out of that Hellcat. This really typifies the revival of the drag racing (hot rodding) era we are in (born in the 60's). This is what it was made for. Second, thanks for posting such detailed information so we can all plan our upgrades and learn a thing or 2. Lastly thanks to all the other posters here who also took the time to chime in and share their knowledge. I continue to learn so much from this forum.
 
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