We thoroughly tested the Challenger engine and inspected the transmission to make sure that they were fully functional and within factory spec. We started by gutting the interiors of both the 300C and the Challenger, as well as dropping the engines and transmissions out of both vehicles. So, I did what I did, and 6 months later. So lets recap, finding the Mopar 4-speed are awesome but hard to find. So ignore the wrong Auto-Corrects. If you know the difference between all of the different big block vs small block and the multiple body platform 4-speed parts by just looking at individual parts, we know multiple people that will hire you right now! Check out pictures on my website: allardfabrications. So why did I choose the Hellcat auto? These kits will allow you to remove all the automatic parts and bolt in a 4-speed with factory-correct components.
Consequently, it made Mopar parts prices shoot through the roof. And when you do win. And not to knock any part sellers, but you better pray that the 20 different guys you bargained with knew what they were talking about and sold you correct and working parts. All four corners of the car feature the powerful stock Brembo brakes which are sitting over cross drilled and slotted rotors. My first thinking which im sure is the same as any other mopar enthusiast is that the transmission should originate from a challenger.
Also before the Challenger's release, Samuel Hübinette's The Crazy Swede Drift Charger The Limo was a Six Speed Conversion done by some Chrysler Race Techs that started with a Stock Charger fresh from the Assembly line, completely gutted, and rebuilt from the ground up. We started work on the 6. I'm going with the auto. There have to be some idiots that have totaled a few gt500s and ctv's etc. . The touch screen navigation with internal hard drive is fully functional. And the experience is much more enjoyable with a manual transmission.
We then carefully removed the console brackets and tunnels from both vehicles as the actual tunnel from the Challenger will be transplanted into the 300. But have fun and good luck Drive shaft probably different also. The Challenger pulls a 1. It's even better than for a Dodge Magnum with the 3. Your car will look like it just came off the show room floor with a 4-speed. How nice of a car is this, and what is it worth unmolested,and just how bad do you want to shift gears! Drive shaft more then likely different lengths, not to mention usually less spines on manually driven Challengers. You do not need to cut out the entire space covered by the hump, you can get away with less although not a whole lot less.
Torque News provides a fresh perspective not found on other auto websites with unique pieces on design, international events, product news and industry trends. This is necessary to insure proper fitment of the trans, console, and other related parts. Since then, he's made his little A-Body a serious autocross contender and regularly shows the modern boys how an old Dart does it! We then removed driveline and suspensions for the conversion. A 08+ would be far easier then 05-07 because of the different canbus. We also added a Speedlogix strut tower brace. Not to worry because not only does Passon have a live person to talk to when you order, they can provide you with technical assistance throughout the swap process too. Relating to that, I will have to modify the center instrument bezel to remove the lower cubbyhole and ashtray.
No problem, we take a couple more months to restore all the parts to like new. Definitely one of my favourite mods I've done to my car but it is no replacement for a manual. As a massive fan of manual transmission I feel your pain. However, they haven't done it before. And if you do, they are ridiculously priced. Sorting through the different parts is not as easy as it seems. These accents are subtle but in the right light they compliment the green calipers very well.
This can all be avoided easily if you would have called Passon Performance from the beginning. For me the manual transmission is the way to go. I ended up putting in some 4. My Magnum is still alive and kicking, so to speak. This will have to be welded into the host car unless you are going to convert to a hydraulic clutch. Tom All, just an average guy that has had a lot of Dodge products over the years.
With the underhood compartment painted and looking nice and glossy, we were able to move on to the fun part, wiring! The intake manifold has been smoothed and professionally painted black to match the body color of the car. They might only have 16 years of selling parts but they have many more years of knowledge! Kind of an update, by the way. Still running strong after over a year with the stick shift. Check out pictures on my website: allardfabrications. Calling Passon to get your factory correct appearing 4-speed swap kit is easy and saves you an abundance of time. The awesome exhaust tone heard on this 300C is thanks to the Kooks long tube headers, high flow cats, and Corsa cat back exhaust that we installed. My mechanic tells me it's the fastest one he's ever driven and the only one with a Hurst.
The Charger had 86k miles on when we received it, and the Challenger had 20k on it. Lastly, I need a ballpark dollar amount. All, just an average guy that has had a lot of Dodge products over the years. Talk to Plumfloored, they were mentioning that they should be able to do it. Find out the latest information about Mopar, Mopar products and services, stay up to date on Mopar enthusiast news, dealership information and the latest Mopar social media buzz! TomDid you ever pull off that Jeep build? Just piggyback the pcm and tcm with a standalone and make your own rules!? These are just collectors hoping to cash in on them.
But what about the transmission? Even if you find a manual car that might have had a Slant 6, 90-percent of the components will not work with a small or big block swap. Up front you will see a 1 off custom grill made here in house. We also painted the windshield trim and mirror surrounds gloss black to match the body color. They have been servicing Mopar 4-speeds for over 16 years. That brings us to today, which now is near impossible to find a V8 powered 4-speed car.