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    What is the HP of a 2019 Charger Hellcat?

    thanks for the help

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    ... Not trying to be a d1ck but.... Google not working? idk what it is either until i google it

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    On the Challengers, it's 717. Has to do with the double scooped hood. Charger still at 707? They DID get the extra scoop in the grille. Look it up on the Dodge order website. Go straight to the source, it will tell you there.
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    Electric power steering would help the Charger too but it's still hydraulic on Hellcat, maybe next year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuda SRT8 View Post
    On the Challengers, it's 717. Has to do with the double scooped hood. Charger still at 707? They DID get the extra scoop in the grille. Look it up on the Dodge order website. Go straight to the source, it will tell you there.
    You don't really believe that a double scooped hood accounts for an additional 10 horsepower, do you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RT NOMAD View Post
    You don't really believe that a double scooped hood accounts for an additional 10 horsepower, do you?
    Well, FCA made a pretty big deal about the new hood in the 2019 press release, it's a bigger airbox than last year, flows better with lower intake temps. 10hp? Along with electric power steering, I could see it.


    Beating the Heat

    Heat is the enemy of any high-performance powertrain, so Dodge//SRT engineers looked for more ways to keep the intake air as close to the optimum temperature as possible.

    One key to the engine’s imposing power output is air — and plenty of it. The new, low-restriction, dual snorkel hood is fully functional and sealed to the air box.

    When combined with the Air Catcher headlamp and an inlet near the wheel liner, these three sources give the SRT Hellcat Redeye’s high-output engine an 18 percent greater air-flow rate than last year’s SRT Hellcat engine (32,111 litres per minute).

    The revised air inlet path on the new dual snorkel hood results in an intake air temperature reduction of 4 degrees Fahrenheit.

    Larger induction air box — with three sources of intake air: new dual-snorkel hood, driver-side Air Catcher headlamp and inlet near the wheel liner.



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    Common sense alone: The flat filter in my 2015 Charger Hellcat is the choke point of my motor. Changing to a conical filter (greater surface area) and tuning more fuel for the additional intake air could easily add an addition 1% horsepower gain, whether any pre-filter intake modifications/upgrades are made or not.

    And no doubt electric steering is a positive move.
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    When someone prefaces with "not trying to be a dick" thats exactly what they are being. To what end? What's your upside? Why even respond if it's to be a dick to a perfect stranger? Makes no sense. But good luck to you. Nothing like retaliating for a dislike hey. Hope it make you feel better.

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    ... Not trying to be a d1ck but.... Google not working? idk what it is either until i google it

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    No upside idk what end just a GENERIC question that not only has been covered in other discussions/threads but also not even thread worthy. Which is why I started the post that way thinking this must be a troll thread. Guess not. Don't believe in luck but thanks, Good luck with your 2019 Charger Hellcat that I guess the dealership ran out of pamphlets on

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    IMO, anyone who asks a question on this forum should be treated with respect, until they prove to be not worthy. There is no doubt that there are answers to most any question within the reach of a Google search. For whatever reason a member might want the opinion from the LX Forums membership.

    Just because the asked information has been answered in a previous thread doesn't mean some updated information hasn't become available since that thread.

    In my case, whenever I read a thread concerning the disparity of motor offerings between the Challenger and the Charger, I might feel the desire to address that discrimination, which I did in this case. With the probable offering of the widebody option on the Charger in 2020, I am definitely in the market to trade in my 2015 Charger Hellcat and want the option to have the Redeye motor. And the base Hellcat should have the same rated horsepower in both the Challenger and the Charger
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    For the difference in the cost of insurance I may go with a scatpack. Can’t really use the HP anyway.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darthvader View Post
    For the difference in the cost of insurance I may go with a scatpack. Can’t really use the HP anyway.
    I did the same. Before I started my build, I was quoted about 60$ extra per month for insurance. So I built a 426 and couldn’t be happier


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darthvader View Post
    For the difference in the cost of insurance I may go with a scatpack. Can’t really use the HP anyway.
    Makes sense DV; more of a bragging point, especially on public roads.

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    yea I'm on that boat somewhat too.. would love a cat but I drive so much for work (35k/year) that it would just be a lot of cash out the window.. in 2 years it would have 70k miles and worth nothing LOL.....thankfully and hopefully, we will be getting a charger WB soon and at least that will satisfy me for a while... besides, a scat pack isn't such a bad option, especially at over $25k less without the difference of insurance and fuel and probably more tires LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heat00 View Post
    yea I'm on that boat somewhat too.. would love a cat but I drive so much for work (35k/year) that it would just be a lot of cash out the window.. in 2 years it would have 70k miles and worth nothing LOL.....thankfully and hopefully, we will be getting a charger WB soon and at least that will satisfy me for a while... besides, a scat pack isn't such a bad option, especially at over $25k less without the difference of insurance and fuel and probably more tires LOL
    I've learned one thing from you on here, Joey. You ain't gonna be satisfied with ANYTHING lol

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