i would like somewhere around 3.23's but idk how fesiable that is. i would like to do a rear end swap as easy, quick, and affordable as possible. so idk if i can go better thand 3.06 w/o chaning lots of otehr parts. the worst i want is 3.06 so if you could help me, i'd greatly appreciate. another member gave me ur name and said u put some 3.73 n urs. i'd like 3.73 but idk how they work w the new tranny as i dont wanna be at high rpm on interstate, but i'd like to use the 390 HP dodge gives us from the factory. these 2.56's r just robbing me of the potential of the car. so if u can help me with my questions: where do i get start to finish instructions, where do i get the parts, will the dealer install these, will this void my warranty, etc............ (i think u get my drift from my supplied questions)???? hopefully u can help get me started in the right direction..
i have a 2011 RT/Max and i was misinformed about my rear end. the salesman promised me i had 3.06 gears and i found out 2 weeks after owning the car that i dont and the road/track is the only RT to have them. so i would really like to upgrade to atleast the 3.06 or better. i am just unsure of where to start???
If the coolant is moving you should be good. Do you have a 6.1? Those are pretty good numbers. I did have stackmperformance do a cmr tune though. I do recommend that. Also, dynos are relative devices. Did you dyno on the same equipment before the mods?
hey, whats up. I had a question, you know the supercharger coolant. that little plastic resevoir that contains the coolant. my mechanic told me to check that every once in awhile. he said to turn the key and make sure the coolant is spinning inside. if its not, i have to replace the fuse. well, after turning the key, it wasn't turning but when i turn the car on, it was spinning inside. so does that means its cool?
One other thing, when i had my car dyno tested it only came out to 495 whp. now, besides having the magna supercharger, i also have ported heads, cam, LT headers and cats. My feeling is, its off by a good 80-100 horse power. My mechanic says, its all in the tune. I guess its only doing 7lbs of boost. so it must be a very conservative tune, lol. if you get the time, id appreciate what you think about my questions. thanks in advance.