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    Just have a Roush supercharger installed in your GT350, than it will scare the Hell out of a Hellcat owner that pulls up next to you..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigblockCobra View Post
    Just have a Roush supercharger installed in your GT350, than it will scare the Hell out of a Hellcat owner that pulls up next to you..
    Pretty positive they don't make one for the gt350.
    However there is always the Whipple. Lol
    * 2016 Charger Hellcat *

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    Your right, I didn't know that they didn't make a supercharger for the 5.2L engine. Like you said there is a Whipple supercharger. I know that Procharger and a couple of other companies make superchargers for it also.


    There is a local black 2016 GT Premium 5.0 Mustang with a Roush supercharger that I saw smoke a modified 2015 Hellcat Challenger.

    I actually like the Challengers, I almost purchased a 2015 Hellcat about a month ago. I am probably going to buy a 2010 GT 500 with a Eaton Supercharger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigblockCobra View Post
    Your right, I didn't know that they didn't make a supercharger for the 5.2L engine. Like you said there is a Whipple supercharger. I know that Procharger and a couple of other companies make superchargers for it also.


    There is a local black 2016 GT Premium 5.0 Mustang with a Roush supercharger that I saw smoke a modified 2015 Hellcat Challenger.

    I actually like the Challengers, I almost purchased a 2015 Hellcat about a month ago. I am probably going to buy a 2010 GT 500 with a Eaton Supercharger.
    I had a 2010 and 2012 GT500 loved both those cars but I'm a person who likes the new tec in the new cars so no more pre 2016 stuff. Thats just me, everyone likes what they like, however if I can make a suggestion.
    If I were you I would go with a 2011 or 2012 model. 100 pounds lighter in the front with the aluminum block and those years were just a better balanced car cause of it. Enjoy man!!

    And that modified hellcat got beat cause horsepower of the two cars were very close I assume but the stang is about 6-7 hundred pounds lighter. So it's common sense.
    My hellcat is a straight line awesome beast as many others are but she is still a fat pig, lol 😂
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    * 2016 Charger Hellcat *

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    Hellcat versus GT350 is a real conundrum. I was about to purchase a 2017 Hellcat Challenger from a private party but changed my mind and purchased a new 2018 GT350 instead. This is my first Ford since 1978 when I purchased a 1972 Ford Pantera....what a totally awesome hot rod that was. Between 1972 and 1996 I always owned at least one Corvette including big blocks, high revving LT-1s, ZR-1's, etc. In 1996 I purchased my first Viper and spent 10 years road-racing Vipers coast to coast, including the non street-legal factory race Viper known as the Competition Coupe. The Viper turned me into a road racer and a Mopar enthusiast, hence my interest in the Hellcat. The thought of over 700 HP in a brand new factory warrantied car is compelling and I believe the way to go if you are a straight-line 1/4 mile enthusiast is the new wide body Red Eye Hellcat ("Wide Eye") featuring 797 HP on pump gas. The thought of a 4,300 pound car on a road course is a non-starter for road race enthusiasts. I think the proper Mopar/Ford streetcar comparison is the Viper versus the GT 350. Anyway, I wanted a brand new experience altogether and that's why I am now Viper-less and have a GT 350 in my garage. Looking forward to participating in the GT 350 community.

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    I picked a 2010 GT500 because it looks more like my 1967 Mustangs, it can handle pretty well and with some modifications it can be a Ford Mustang version of the 2015 Hellcat Challenger I almost purchased.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigblockCobra View Post
    I picked a 2010 GT500 because it looks more like my 1967 Mustangs, it can handle pretty well and with some modifications it can be a Ford Mustang version of the 2015 Hellcat Challenger I almost purchased.
    You do know the 2011 & 2012 look the exact same as the 2010 correct?
    Anyways good luck with it!
    * 2016 Charger Hellcat *

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    I own both, they're wonderful cars but very different. The Hellcat is wonderful for crushing highway miles and can handle full a track day without overheating. The weight cannot be overlooked going around corners.

    Hellcat - nicer interior
    Ford - better seats (for track)
    Ford - better manual
    Hellcat - insane power in any gear
    Ford - better sounding

    One isn't better then the other. They're both amazing cars for what they're focusing on.

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