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Guest Message by DevFuse



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Dyno results


Dyno results

I think the numbers speak for itself; 707hp 504tq at the wheel is pretty stout for 94 pump!


    • TymeSlayer and Tl9437 like this

    The local Hellcat guys are wont happy with those numbers.
      • WHO DA likes this

    The local Hellcat guys are wont happy with those numbers.


    Ha, that’s funny cause a friend said the same thing shortly after; “oh same as a Hellcat”. I said well not quite, at least my numbers are at the wheel, as I believe the Hellcats are at the flywheel. Petty arguement? Meh, I’ll take it. Lol

    I enjoyed your build pictures. You have gone where others like me only dream of driving.

    I'm still waiting to see the first custom paint job on a 2012 or 13 Boss.

    Have you changed the clutch yet. From what I read about the roadrunner engine. Your at the engines limit on being able to handle power.

    I do have a question. Why Paxton over Pro charger or twin screw??

    I will say that I like where Paxton places the blower. Looks more factory than Pro Charger. Which means nothing...Lol

     

    Now if you did this to your Boss I may feel different.

    Chevy guys will do what ever they have to do to keep up with the BOSS!!!!!

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      • WHO DA likes this

    I enjoyed your build pictures. You have gone where others like me only dream of driving.
    I'm still waiting to see the first custom paint job on a 2012 or 13 Boss.
    Have you changed the clutch yet. From what I read about the roadrunner engine. Your at the engines limit on being able to handle power.
    I do have a question. Why Paxton over Pro charger or twin screw??
    I will say that I like where Paxton places the blower. Looks more factory than Pro Charger. Which means nothing...Lol
     
    Now if you did this to your Boss I may feel different.
    Chevy guys will do what ever they have to do to keep up with the BOSS!!!!!
    th?id=OIP.L1hSy4uK0kSlJPnorjn3_AEsCv&pid


    I think anyone who adds a custom paint job to a Boss has more guts (and money) than me lol. Those stripes are waaaaay too expensive to mess with IMO.

    Definately changed out the clutch before adding the blower. I found my stock clutch too weak and slipped on hot days when tires dug in. Especially so after changing the LCA relo brackets. I went with a McLeod RXT and aluminum flywheel. Still drives like stock.

    Our engines are considerably strong, 10psi on 94 pump gas was the agreed limit, I don't expect any premature failure. (Methanol injection is defiantly on the table for added insurance)

    Excellent question about the power adder; originally I had a deposit on a Fluid Racing twin turbo kit but after seeing zero progress from that company and pulled my deposit back. I debated on a twin screw (still do) but I wanted to keep the Boss motor as untouched as possible and leave the factory intake alone. Centrifugal (being essentially a belt driven turbo) was the smart choice I thought. Pro charger was definately my first thought but the Paxton won only due to cost; I purchased the kit from a friend who ran it one season and switched to turbo for half the cost of a retail kit. I couldn't pass up those savings!
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