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    Quote Originally Posted by chris68coupe View Post
    That looks good!
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    Nice, looks great.

    Whats the main difference? is it just a bit newer but still the same model?

    2000 Trans-Am WS6 LS1 M6. (The Bat)
    Corsa Cat back, 3.5" dual tips. F.A.S.T LSX Intake / F.A.S.T Fuel rails, Dynatech LT Headers / Y-Pipe / No Cats, Wisper Lid, ported MAF, Racetronix 42lb/hr fuel injectors. Hypertech 160 stat. !AIR, !EGR. Walbro 255, SPEC Stage II Clutch / Flywheel. HPTuners 1BAR SD Tune. Wide Band gauge.
    389RWHP/380RWTQ ([477HP/460TQ]Flywheel) Dyno Dynamics

    More info and photos at:-
    http://www.solent-renegades.co.uk/co...-trans-am.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by TransAmDan View Post
    Nice, looks great.

    Whats the main difference? is it just a bit newer but still the same model?
    A few differences. The front grill and rear lights are different, modelled around the original 71 Challenger whereas my black one was modelled around the original 70 Challenger.
    Vastly improved electronics, with the 8.4” screen controlling everything.
    485hp 6.4L vs my old ones 425hp 6.1L
    Auto vs manual
    Electric variable power steering vs standard hydraulic
    Suspension is the same, brakes are the same.
    I was looking at a 2015+ SRT but was put off by the cost of brakes. The SRT’s have two piece rotors on the front with 6 piston clampers. Replacement front rotors are £2k a pair from dodge and only one aftermarket company makes them and they are still £1k a pair!!!
    I never found the Brembos on my old black SRT wanting and the new car has the same brakes.
    The major difference is the cylinder shut down tech. When you are cruising it can shut down 4 cylinders. You can’t tell/hear when it does it but the fuel economy is excellent. I used 1/3 tank getting up to Manchester and less than a 1/4 getting back.
    It feels astonishingly quick to me right now. The extra ponies and a fantastic gearbox that is always on the right gear it seems.

    Happy boy!

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