James brought his sweet looking Challenger to us hoping to improve it's stance and help with getting it up and going a little faster. First thing we decided to address was the stance. We settled on installing a lowering kit that dropped the front 1" and the rear 1.5". This stance required us removing the factory coil springs and replaceing them with the aftermarket lowering springs. This would give us that stance that James was hoping for and close up that large wheel well gap.
Next thing we did was to address getting the Challenger up and accelerating faster. We did this by installing a different gear ratio in the rear differential. The more aggressive gear ratio will allow the motor to stay in it's power band easier thus accelrating the car quicker and giving it that "snappy" feel when James smashes the throttle.
James brought his sweet looking Challenger to us hoping to improve it's stance and help with getting it up and going a little faster.
Our customer brought us a 2006 Viper saying that he wanted to get more out of it at the dragstrip. We had previously installed a Novi 2000 Supercharger kit but he said that he had grown tired of that power and wanted more.
We started by pulling the motor to add a forged rotating assembly.....Read more...
Rocky called us looking for a few more HP to wake up his SRT-8 Challenger. After lots of discussion on the different forced induction option out there. He decided a Procharger system would be the best fit for him and what he wanted out of this Challenger.Read more...
Austin bought this 1968 Camaro as his first hot rod purchase. It was packed with a 427 BBC and 4 spd.
He immediately had some upgrades in mind to wake this beast up.
Greg certainly takes his performance seriously and wanted only knowledgeble people with forced induction experience to do the install and tuning. So the Sho-Me Speed team went to work.Read more...