Lemme chime in here everyone since I never had a chance to unveil it...
The only way you would get a true SRT-6 would be to transplant the 330 HP crossfire engine along with transmission. Custom engine management has to be done along with piggybacking for stock components in dash, along with a complete 4x4 dismantling switching to just rear wheel drive. I chose speedshift TCU tuning...it had the smoothest curve for the power gains looking for. The rear driveshaft would have to be removed and replaced. I used lightweight aluminum from Driveshaft Specialists in San Antonio Texas. I had custom engine mounts made by a machine shop in my building...they do all custom stuff (NYC Norton/Spannerland). The only unfortunate thing was that the dash was lit up like a christmas tree, never got a chance to fully work out all the bugs. You have to pull all hoses, electrical, and subframe out and really...i mean really have a good shop take care of this for you. It will set you back money.....roughly 125+ hours, plus cost of all the materials. It can be done....with time and money...Thanks to Phil at JDS Speed and Micheal at LUX
Custom suspension is not needed, but added to the look. Go SRT wheels from 300C SRT-8. Perfect offset and tucked look.
The really nice part of the system was my custom catback. I had a dump valve run parallel to the exhaust and tie back into the rear exit of it. When i wanted growl, i flipped the switch and immediately the sound became a roar.
I have some engine bay pics that I will post up when I get home