Just get a pre-eagle car. Be different, get a Magnum lol.
Getrag swap, easy peasy. This one was out of a 2013 SRT and went into the 06 R/T I had at the time (which is now in a 2005 Magnum R/T). Pick your flavor of 3.06, 3.73 or 3.92 (factory ratios) with mechanical LSD. Sold an extra one last year lol.How do you like the Nag1 trans? And I found out most of the chargers came with an open differential so that sucks too
There ya go....FYI factory 392 is a drop in (through 12 or 13, newer ones have a different tone wheel) and gives you apache heads..... Just a heads up if it ever comes up, because there wasn't an SRT that year for that platform, neither AlfaOBD nor TAZER will enable SRT pages or anything (software isn't there) like that unless the Uconnect (and cluster, if I recall correctly) are updated to 2012 or newer. Good thing getting an LD is that the Getrag swap is even easier (don't need hubs). Car 392 manifold swap is a good (and popular) swap on these, goes especially well with a 392 cam in the eagle 5.7.I’ll have to look into the diff swap one day. So today I picked up an ‘11 Charger R/T. I talked to our old friend Rick on the phone this week and I think when I get around to doing the motor, I’ll just swap the rotating assembly and my ported eagle heads to the new motor block. I’ll have to change the tone ring and overbore the block .030 for the stroker kit. And get a new VVT cam for it. For right now I got a 6.4 hemi cam sitting in the stock pile so I might swap that in when I have a free weekend View attachment 49580
Missed me by about a month, sold the one I had to someone along with a spare rpm switch. Trans will hold up fine, stock factory 392 in the 12-14 with NAG1 is 470hp/470tq; mine has a tune but nothing else and haven't broken it yet lol. I'd say look into whether you can swap a similar year SRT TCM or getting a a custom tuned one; the performance calibration is very different.Yeah I’m gonna keep my eyes out for a 6.4 intake manifold. Whenever I end up gutting the truck, I’ll swap the rotating assembly into the car eagle motor (after a .030 overbore), I’ll need the crank spacer and a new 58 tooth tone wheel from Manley. Then I’ll reuse my worked over Eagle heads. I wonder how well the Nag1 will hold up. So far I’m loving the car, it’s gonna be hard waiting to put the stroker in