Got a Dodge charger 2013 5.7 full engine less then 23,000 miles who want it let's talk prices

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Asked by Aug 19, 2015 at 03:12 PM about the 2013 Dodge Charger R/T

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I want to sell so I can put bigger block my
motor is in great condition  it's still new
don't give me b.'s prices I know how much
it's worth and I might go a grand under or
maybe more depends on what you come at
me with. Less then 23,000miles 5.7 hemi
2013 full motor

22 Answers

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there are many after market parts for that engine/drive drain/car...why would you want to do that???

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I was told if I upgrade it with the stuff I already have it would blow it is figured why not sell it and put it with another 7k and but and bigger block or just the srt motor I have supercharger 2 turbo's and I was gonna get it cammed and boared but they said it still will blow so sell it it must go

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Just go buy a Hellcat. Be done with it , 707HP.

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I don't want the hell cat why spend that kind of money when I can spend less and build something way more better

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Your call Twancharger. And you make a very good point...I wouldn't either

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Yeah dodge charger was taken but do Me a favor shop that around for me

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Yeah dodge charger was taken but do Me a favor shop that around for me

28,055

buy a strocker kit for it and all else will work..

Best Answer Mark helpful
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Thanks Inever though of that I always thought that would put it higher ten a 5.7 but under a 6.4 but after doing more research ur right thanks but I'ma do more digging and see if srt8 can be stroke If so I wonder if I canturn it in to a hellcat but I think the walls are as thin as it can be ...

28,055

keep in touch..thats what i do.. make a 410ci.....>http://www.shophemi.com/p- 1169-410-hemi-stroker-kit.aspx

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Hey I was looking into superchargers. I know how it works but I'm not in on the tech in the gears and snout I know everything pretty much bolt on to the manifold then to your car and I mean the supercharger manifold that is, not your regular one. I'm pretty good at welding and I was thinking of taking a cheap Gm supercharger and taking the blower off and custom building an adapter to the blower and a supercharger manifold I'm also gonna buy. To me really don't matter what manifold as long as it fits my car I'm sure I'll lose a little power out of the Gm supercharger . To me this really don't matter I just want a Lil bit more low in power like the Mustang has just enough to give me a quicker launch and a good G force feeling. Mostly the power lost to me is not that big of a deal out of the supercharger cause after the turbos will kick in and take over... of course I will build up my bottom end to handle the boost but Idk if my top end can handle it since I'm also stroking it .... but tell me if you think it's possible as long as it matches in length with the belt or if it's way more complicated . The cost of both is 700 for a polished hemi supercharger manifold and 800 for a used zl1 Gm supercharger on ebay

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did you sell it yet?

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No i didnt but i dont think i will knowing that i can stroke it now... trying to see if its worth it or not

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how much were u gonna sell it for?

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Pretty much any good answer i heard that wasnt a low ball

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At first i just wanted to get rid of it cause i was gonna buy an srt8 motor but ima jist stroke the motor out

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$2800

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ok

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Lol dude if you caught me b4 this guy told me that it would of been sold but as of now im gonna stroke it and turn it into a beast stay posted after my project i might sell you the up to date motor ill even post a picture of this beast and make a video right now i already started buying cams and ext but im throwing 10k into it now

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well im gonna be lookign over the weekend i need one asap lol

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Car-parts.com they come really cheap from them just the shipping is a pain its a site for salvage yards all over us they have some for as low as 2000

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