70 Challenger w/ 500 stroker and a GT47

Discussion in 'American Cars' started by Spyder757, Apr 6, 2007.

  1. Block: Factory Chrysler RB 440
    Crankshaft: Eagle 4.15
    Rods: Eagle H Beam
    Pistons: Ross
    Compression: 9.2
    Heads: Edelbrock Performer RPM 88cc
    Intake: Edelbrock Performer RPM
    Cam: Comp solid roller
    224/230 @.050, .577/.590, 114 LSA
    Throttle Body: Accufab 80mm
    Turbo: Garrett GT47-88, .96 A/R
    Wastegate: HKS GT-II 60mm
    Boost: 10.5 PSI
    Exhaust: 5-inch downpipe, dual 3-inch, Magnaflows


    835rwhp @ 5,585rpm with 10.5 psi of boost


     
  2. hot.

    +1 for keeping the engine orange
     
  3. Nice. Not overkill, but looks like it can be easily adjusted for overkill.
     
  4. Too flashy.
     
  5. Flashy? Really?
     
  6. Very very cool
     
  7. The color/wheel combo. Mine whould be white with steel wheels painted black and a chromed dog-dish hubcap.
     
  8. YES.
     
  9. +1
     
  10. +1 for modern tires
     
  11. +1 for EFI.
     
  12. I hated when the E-type got #$%#ed up. <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A>
     
  13. No, the wheels are just too tall.
     
  14. For real. EFI makes cars a thousand fold easier to live with on a day in day out basis.
     
  15. That's pretty much perfect.
     
  16. Mine would have the original rims/tires.
     
  17. Your's would pretty much never move then.
     
  18. I don't like the wheels.

    This would be prefect
     
  19. Pretty much...but Id much rather have tire spinning madness.
     
  20. the wheels don't suit it and make it ride far too high IMO

    the white one that Pinin posted is nice
     
  21. Thats sweet.
    I like this one with a modern take on the original rallye wheels.
     
  22. cool ride but I prefer a 440-6 challenger
     
  23. Looks good as is, but the rims should look like the originals, just larger.
     
  24. would rather have a SC on this...
     
  25. 440-6 FTW
     

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