No first300Cowner, we need a completely different name i think the srt team wont be so happy about this one or atleast we calling ourselves super srt8.First300COwner said:Is the ECU going to be different in the SRT-8? Make that puppy a 500 HP car. Wow, watch out M5.
For now it would be funny to supercharge a 300C and hang with an SRT-8. The SRT-8 guy would be saying WTF and take that beast back to the dealer and ask why.
Hi Scott. Welcome aboard.GSM said:Hi Guys,
Just heard about this forum..so here is a link to our current web page on the hemi s/c kit for the 2003-2005 hemi rams
There is a downloadable PDF with our contact #'s
Our new website with the 300c/magnum kit will be up by the end of the week so check back and you will be able to view more info and also pre order kits
Remeber people that the MSD only works at cruising speed and it is deactivated as soon as you increase the throttle. So I highly doubt that you could ever get the full amount of boost to the heads before this deactivates.HaTaX said:Thanks for that GSM, I actually can't really see it as being much of a problem unless you got into high PSI as that may be too much on MDS closed valves.
Anyways, hopefully in the web page that you setup for this new offering you can maybe put a longer explination on there as I know the gearheads out here will appreciate the showing of knowledge and also you'll have a more informed customer, and that's always a good thing.
Looking forward to seeing what kind of PSI the motor can take with and without intercooling. I know that the piston design in the Hemi makes for pistons that don't get along with detonation very well..
Hey i posted the samething LOL. except with out the price and the ecu.aspendog said:From Dodgemagnum.net
Posted: Tue Mar 15, 2005 12:23 pm Post subject:
"I just spoke to Scott on the phone. I'm from LA, so it wasn't a problem. He did confirm that the GS Engineers have developed a supercharger kit, but will NOT I repeat NOT be releasing a replacement/upgraded/modified ECU module. They have no intentions of releasing such a replacement/upgrade/module any time in the near future.
The engineers have finished the supercharger design and are now working on the bracketry and airhose mounts. They expect a fully-functional retail release model to be available within 3 weeks.
The website http://www.gsmotorsports.com/ will be updated next week (or possibly by the end of this week) with some teaser information on the magnum kit and possibly some early dyno runs, and the product will be available to purchase within a 3 week time frame. The expected retail price will be between $4400 - $4700 for the entire kit. "
Looks like the ECU has NOT been cracked....... That sucks