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AWD or RWD? If it's RWD, you should get some wider rear tires.
 

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The internals are stock with stock exhaust. Its AWD, the dyno runs were done in 2wd and there was some tire slipping on the dyno. On the road, I've had traction control kick in at 60mph, i need wider tires!
Next week we will do some transmission tuning, there is some strange converter lock up thing happening between 3-4 shifts during hard acceleration.
It drives great during normal everyday driving, very little supercharger whine, just enough to remind you its there, and I get better gas mileage.
 

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The internals are stock with stock exhaust.
You didn't bother to give it headers and/or a SRT or other 3" exhaust? Is this just a mild build then or just a base power add? You'll have to post a list of all the parts you used and their sources along with a tale of putting it together. If the 5.7 can withstand it I would think this would be about the best power add you can do to one, if it's reasonably easy to do. It sounds like the cost is way below that of a Whipple.
 

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You didn't bother to give it headers and/or a SRT or other 3" exhaust? Is this just a mild build then or just a base power add? You'll have to post a list of all the parts you used and their sources along with a tale of putting it together. If the 5.7 can withstand it I would think this would be about the best power add you can do to one, if it's reasonably easy to do. It sounds like the cost is way below that of a Whipple.
That's the new 3.0L Whipple I believe. Whole kit is like $8500 or something like that. Not much more power you can give it with out risking a trans failure first.
 
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Nice! Bet it rips when you can actually put the power to the ground. Keep us up to date when you get em.
 

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All '15 and newer have a locked PCM. It needs to be sent out to get unlocked. Mine was sent to HP Tuners, HP Tuners and Diablo Sports are the only ones I know, that do this.
It took 2-1/2 weeks including shipping, but it depends how busy they are.
My shop did the dyno testing and tuning, with HP Tuners software.

I've been thinking of adding this same setup to my 2020 SRT. Didn't that installation require a new PCM installation?
 
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