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This is my best pass.  I think it's got another tick or two in it but I'll never see a 9 unless I up the boost and that means losing the cats, pinning the crank and a lower pulley swap (harmonic balancer).  Trying to leave the daily alone...err as is.

HS

I could also pull the seats, etc... but I'm a lazy racer.

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3 minutes ago, HemiSam said:

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This is my best pass.  I think it's got another tick or two in it but I'll never see a 9 unless I up the boost and that means losing the cats, pinning the crank and a lower pulley swap (harmonic balancer).  Trying to leave the daily alone...err as is.

HS

I could also pull the seats, etc... but I'm a lazy racer.

Not bad for a Jeep 😂
 

Rumor has it there will be a dealer installed option for the TRX that will give it a extra 100 hp and still keep it under warranty 🤞I would like an even 1000hp truck but will settle with 800. 😂

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The issue with these heavy vehicles, and I mean the Challengers, Chargers, Jeeps and RAM’s…all of the hellcat based vehicles is the driveline.  I had my transmission “built” which really only meant beefed up clutches and steels were available at the time, and I ate an aluminum sprag in it when I was using another tuner…over reved shift points.  Now you can get a billet version of that sprag so you can push them harder.

The transmissions, transfer cases, differentials (particularly the cases so a beefed up diff mount setup can prevent it) and the half shafts (axles) are all fuses.

Beefing up the power by 100-150 rear wheel horsepower is easy peasy.

HS

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I do not take as many photos as I use to at racing events, but this caught my eye and I would be remiss not sharing.  At last October's Texas Mile I had the pleasure of drooling over this Koenigsegg Regera.  Truly an engineering feat....and...it comes with its own tuner (a breathing one with a charming accent...).  The owner appeared disappointed with his speeds and left before the wind shifted to our benefit but we did get to see it make a few passes.  

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