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  1. Overheating I can't figure out...please help!

    6th Gen Dodge Charger
    I have a 2006 SXT. After driving at highway speed for approx 25 minutes my car quickly overheats. Usually the temp gauge is just below half. I can idle for the same amount of time without overheating. This first happened 2 weeks ago out of nowhere. Since then I have replaced the thermostat...
  2. Fluctuating Temp. Gauge/Hot air only at high speeds.

    Dodge Charger Mechanical Problems and Questions
    I have a 2006 Dodge charger 2.7L V6 w/ 208,000 Mi. My temp gauge only goes up if I am going over 50 MPH. It stays in the middle, my code reader shows it staying between 188-204 degrees F. When I slow down my temp. goes down too and will soon only blow cold air. Then when I go back above 50...
  3. 180° Thermostat

    Charger Performance Mods - Engine - 3.6L
    Has anyone purchased a 180° thermostat from RIPP Superchargers? Here's the link. http://www.rippmods.com/shop/2011-2014-36l-v6-pentastar-180deg-thermostat I ordered one from them, but I haven't seen where anyone here has bought one from them. They are the only game in town right now. Looking...
  4. 3.5L V6 P0128 problems

    6th Gen Dodge Charger
    Hey all, after getting an '07 3.5L Charger last summer, I drove it without issue for months. Then, on the first chilly Fall day, I was driving to work (a 10 mile mostly highway drive) and I threw an error code. After finding out it was P0128 which basically means the engine isn't reaching the...
  5. pros/cons of 180* tstat?

    6th Gen Dodge Charger
    i have been told at 180 degree thermostat is a good starting upgrade for my srt8 but dont know much about it. can anyone give me a quick description of what it does and if its worth it? thanks everyone
  6. SpeedLogiX "Tropical Storm" HEMI Kit - Great First Mods!

    Speedlogix - Dodge Charger Accessories!
    If you're looking for a good set of "first mods" for your 5.7L or 6.1L HEMI, our Tropical Storm kit (part of our new "Hurricane" line-up of packages) makes it easy and affordable. For $699 you get a carbon fiber cold air intake kit (made by JLT), a DiabloSport Predator handheld tuner, the USB...
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