2019 5.0 roush supercharged vs 2013 gt with 2018+ intake and full bolt on E85

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Raced a 2013 a few times and a c6 vette.
Very nice for phase 1. With the newer cals and as long as you stay out of the heat you can surprise some cars. I beat all kinds of cars with Phase 1. Took a modded Hellcat with Phase 2 lately. Btw, If you go custom and blow the warranty dump those cats. I've already replaced 1. Several guys have had to replace theirs pretty much as soon as they left the lot.
 
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Very nice for phase 1. With the newer cals and as long as you stay out of the heat you can surprise some cars. I beat all kinds of cars with Phase 1. Took a modded Hellcat with Phase 2 lately. Btw, If you go custom and blow the warranty dump those cats. I've already replaced 1. Several guys have had to replace theirs pretty much as soon as they left the lot.
Yea I hear people are blowing cats. I'm a tech at ford so I plan to go long tubes and catless. As a tech ill see if I can over look the headers if I run into a engine issue lol. I been wanting to run a hellcat there's ones in town im trying to set up a race with. As far as the heat soak I purchased a killer chiller a couple weeks ago im just waiting for it to arrive. So hopefully that will do well for the temps. Thanks for watching!
 

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Yea I hear people are blowing cats. I'm a tech at ford so I plan to go long tubes and catless. As a tech ill see if I can over look the headers if I run into a engine issue lol. I been wanting to run a hellcat there's ones in town im trying to set up a race with. As far as the heat soak I purchased a killer chiller a couple weeks ago im just waiting for it to arrive. So hopefully that will do well for the temps. Thanks for watching!
Another guy, "stealthygarage" on youtube, gapped a hellcat pretty easily in a vid when he was on the new phase 1 cal. He ended up going PBD I believe. afterwards.
 

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Btw, there are some guys out there who have stayed with the roush phase 2 cal and went headers\catless. I'm waiting to see how that turns out, lol.
 
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Another guy, "stealthygarage" on youtube, gapped a hellcat pretty easily in a vid when he was on the new phase 1 cal. He ended up going PBD I believe. afterwards.
Yea I saw the video to stealthy garage. He still deals with some heat soak. I want to fix the heat soak before trying to up the hp.
 

 
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