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  1. #1 Supercharge A 06 Dodge Charger 3.5L H.O. 
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    Can it be done to this model I know it can be done to the HEMI powered one but when I search for a supercharger for this model whatever website i go to they never have it for this model. Is there superchargers that work for any model? Thanks in advance
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    I don't think any companies are currently making kit's because there is more interest in the 5.7 and 6.1L blocks rather than the 3.5's.
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    Yea thats true what about turbochargers?
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    I'm sure it's the same, but that's not to say that a company could custom fab you a turbocharger kit. Your biggest prob would be the tuning, the injectors, and possibly the fuel pump, but I'm sure you could possible swap the FP out of the hemi charger if it is not the same pump which I'm sure it isn't but if it is, it would most likely be able to handle enough for a turbo'd 3.5's fuel system
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    Why spend 5-7k to get your car maybe as fast as a srt-8 charger. It doesn't really make sense to me. Your car puts out 250HP at the flywheel and around 200-220HP at the crank. Adding 100more HP with a supercharger or turbo would get you to 300-325HP which is barely enough to beat a 5.7L charger. If our chargers didn't weigh 4200pounds I wouldn't be saying this but there weight is a problem.
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    its not worth it. it would be more cost effective to sell you car, and simply get the srt-8. the new 06's, and 07's have about the same gas mileage as your car, just stay out of the throttle, and under 85 on the highway. or cam, head, dry shot, and long tube a 5.7 and drop it in there... that'd be a nice swap
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky B
    Why spend 5-7k to get your car maybe as fast as a srt-8 charger. It doesn't really make sense to me. Your car puts out 250HP at the flywheel and around 200-220HP at the crank. Adding 100more HP with a supercharger or turbo would get you to 300-325HP which is barely enough to beat a 5.7L charger. If our chargers didn't weigh 4200pounds I wouldn't be saying this but there weight is a problem.
    Crank and flywheel should be within a hp or eachother...not THAT much parasilic drag between the crank and flywheel which are bolted to eachother. Now the crank or flywheel and the wheels..that's a different story.
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    I would agree. a 5.7L would be better...But thats not to say a custom fabed turbo or supercharger isn't possible
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    we have a company here in Minnesota who has a super charger out for the v6. haven't dynoed yet but it is an increase in power. It is a direct bolt on piece and runs about 3500 installed. We are also working on a dual alternator set up for this car.
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    I have also been looking for ways to increase the power of my V6 with a supercharger and was directed here:

    http://www.moparsupercenter.com/tkt-...er-kitats.html
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