wanted more ponies... help me.

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Asked by Oct 12, 2010 at 12:42 PM about the 2008 Dodge Challenger

Question type: Car Customization

what r some hpower adders that will keep the factory look while kicking shuvitoreaveit a#*?  its a 2008, 6.1L,and dead stock.

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my suggestion would be supercharge it you have instant power and its not gonna do anything to the look of the car itll most deffinately put a smile on your face

get ready to spend some big $$$$ if you supercharge it,I know,I got 3 T-BIRD SC,s that are supercharged,I would go with a cold air induction,looks nice,you can also do the super chip in the computer.

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that hemi is so easy to get extra hp out of it. do these mods if you want to keep your car n/a. afe stage 2 cold air intake, full magnaflow exhaust, 180 degree t-stat (heat soak on these engines is killer), and a predator tune. super simple mods you can do by yourself.

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Finally,we agree on something.

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7,545

Haha yep. I had a 300c before my gto. I did my homework on these engines for upgrades myself. It's why I named specific brands for those parts. Although magnaflow isn't the best out there it is on the other hand the best performer for the price with a great exhaust note on the hemi. The afe stage 2 cai is the only cai that has actually shown real gains worth while for these engines. Other setups are a waste of time and money. Diablo predator tunes are awesome on these engines too. Heat soak typically isn't a huge problem but with the hemi it's a hue problem for performave. A t stat will give 1-2 mpg and a few hp too.

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7,545

Oh and mobil 1 in the exact weight recommended by the manufacturer is what people swear by for these engines too.

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Yea,my brother has a ram truck with the hemi,did the predator tune on it,you can really tell the difference,and he uses the moble 1 to.

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