wanted more ponies... help me.


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.


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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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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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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