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#1 Old 11-21-2012, 06:42 PM
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3.6 supercharger?

Hi everyone,

I'm new to the charger forum and new to chargers and forced induction so I was curious if anyone know if they make a S/C kit for a 2011 3.6 dodge charger. Again I'm also a little new to forces induction so what else would I need to get the most out of a S/C besides dyno and map? Thank you for the help.
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#2 Old 11-21-2012, 10:04 PM
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No. The engine is too new. Nobody is making much of anything for the 3.6 yet. Give it a couple more years.

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heres one for a 3.6 jeep. theres youtube videos of them doing dyno runs with it . only 300 hp to tires[but its a jeep].you know charger is coming soon, hopefully with more hp to beat a 5.7. http://www.rippmods.com/2012_13_Jeep...213jk36sds.htm
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heres one for a 3.6 jeep. theres youtube videos of them doing dyno runs with it . only 300 hp to tires[but its a jeep].you know charger is coming soon, hopefully with more hp to beat a 5.7. http://www.rippmods.com/2012_13_Jeep...213jk36sds.htm
this is funny.

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caddy's v6 3.6 turbo is 410 hp stock, go race one and see whos laughing
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caddy's v6 3.6 turbo is 410 hp stock, go race one and see whos laughing
I don't know which car you're talking about. is that 410hp at the crank? whats the make/year/model?
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http://www.edmunds.com/car-news/rede...-turbo-v6.html this is the cts and if you want to compare to a modded SC 3.6 here one in a challinger , this guy is on challinger forums LX/LC V6, 2010 Dodge Challenger SE with Tidal Wave SC build best time of 11.92@ 114.27
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http://www.edmunds.com/car-news/rede...-turbo-v6.html this is the cts and if you want to compare to a modded SC 3.6 here one in a challinger , this guy is on challinger forums LX/LC V6, 2010 Dodge Challenger SE with Tidal Wave SC build best time of 11.92@ 114.27
is he running nitrous? he probably can't add anymore power to that car safely and I gained the same numbers without forced induction, but still impressive.
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http://www.edmunds.com/car-news/rede...-turbo-v6.html this is the cts and if you want to compare to a modded SC 3.6 here one in a challinger , this guy is on challinger forums LX/LC V6, 2010 Dodge Challenger SE with Tidal Wave SC build best time of 11.92@ 114.27
that link you've sent is an engine with 420hp at the crank so it probably has 349 horse. did you not know?
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that link you've sent is an engine with 420hp at the crank so it probably has 349 horse. did you not know?
Out of curiosity, how did you come to this conclusion?
How does one account for drivetrain / other losses? is there a formula?
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