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I didn't take any pictures of the Dart and I'm not sure if it won any awards or went to the Crusie of Champions. Regardless it is a very nice ride.
 
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That's a great build! Total BAD A$$. I wish that I could see the grin on the driver when he smokes the unsuspecting opponent and the what the hell just happened look on their face! Happy Throttles!!!
 

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Is the 2nd throttle body you're referring to - the "bypass valve"? I assume that means there is some black/red key stuff going on too, right? That would be awesome.
 

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Is the 2nd throttle body you're referring to - the "bypass valve"? I assume that means there is some black/red key stuff going on too, right? That would be awesome.
Jack, the second throttle body is the blower bypass valve. it is actually a throttle body from a new Dodge Dart I think..
 

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Yes, the second throttle body is essentially an ECU controlled blow-off valve. Tricky to control with any aftermarket ECU but the Holley Dominator can do it. I did not build the car - I only did the electronics and did the tuning. Here's a link to a video from the guys at Dominator Street Rods that built the car.

 

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I had the opportunity to tune a Hellcat motor going into a 1968 Dart. The ECU is the Holley Dominator because that ECU can handle all the Hellcat sensors such as drive-by-wire, the two throttle bodies, and even the two knock sensors. The results were great. I think the Hellcat could make a nice crate motor for hot rods and the Mopar crowd

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Just curious if holley is still the way to go for a hellcat redeye? Is there Anything out there to control the 8 speed transmission?
 

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Yes, the second throttle body is essentially an ECU controlled blow-off valve. Tricky to control with any aftermarket ECU but the Holley Dominator can do it. I did not build the car - I only did the electronics and did the tuning. Here's a link to a video from the guys at Dominator Street Rods that built the car.

I find myself in the same situation, I have a Holley Dominater, but I'm setup for a drive by cable throttlebody. This winter's project, I'll be adding a 4.9L Bigun Kenne Bell Hellcat/Demon kit. Fastmanefi any write ups on how to wire and configure the Dominator ECU to control the bypass valve?
 
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