My Supercharged Chrysler 300 SRT8 with 22 inch SRT Replicas
I will make more videos as my time becomes available. I made this video to
let people know my car is well and alive lol. Just had it tuned, New
injectors, throttle body, torque converter and wheel upgrade since my last
video. Any questions you want to see or ask from one enthusiast to
another.. Feel free. I record and edit my own video's(even though i'm no
pro) so its not a problem and If you ever need affordable fuel line
upgrades for your SRT, tune (if your in Ga) or just have a question.. Pm me
or leave in the comments section. Thanks
OzGarage Episode 1 - MRPSI(2000hp Chev Ute), Supercharged 300C Hemi
For full episode visit http://www.ozgarage.com.au
Whilst the first season of OzGarage has run through its premiere airing on
C31 Melbourne, the season is just beginning for our online audience.
Beginning today we will release a new episode every week!
Click here to watch latest episode in high quality streaming video:
- MRPSI being serviced, adjusted and tested in preparation for Summernats
- Paul goes in depth about Dynos, how they work and how to
- Intro to HPF's own supercharged XR8 ute with Ian
- Rob talks about the loss of Lyle Lemon, a long time friend of HPF
- Up close and personal with HPF customer Daniel as he talks about his
awesome Chrysler 300C
CHRYSLER SRT8 300C 0 to 60 runs BEFORE SUPERCHARGER
These are 0-60 videos I did BEFORE adding Procharger Supercharger. The car is bone stock. Only mods are
Xentec H.I.D. foglamps and non staggered goodyear RS-A tires 245/45/20 all
Also used the PREDATOR 93 OCTANE computer tune.
READ MY review of my car on epinions:
I'll be upgrading to the 2012 SRT8 300C as soon as it comes out. I'll sell
this car first for about $25,000 give or take.
Because this is a public highway, I didn't floor it. Had to keep slowing
down for incoming traffic.
This summer I'd be doing runs on the track so STAY TUNED.
Jeep 4.7 Stroker Turbo Dyno Pulls
Newcomer Racing 4.7 Stroker turbo on the
Dyno in naturally
aspirated form for break-in and Dyno numbers. The 4.7 was
broke-in and ran with a 390 Holley, then for the last two pulls we decided
to try a 750 Holley to see if the 4.7 could take it and boy did it ever!
The power numbers were up all the way through the power curve we ended up
w/312.2hp@5400 and 330.5tq@4400. Dyno pulls were made from
2500rpm's thru 5500rpm's, it made over 300ft.lbs the entire rpm range. The
current Dyno numbers
are made by a Jeep 4.7 stroker w/ 8.43:1 compression, ported head and
intake, and a small custom turbo comp.
cam, custom header w/3" collector. The current video is with the 750
Visit WWW.NEWCOMERRACING.COM for more info.