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2018 or 2019 Chrysler 300?

Discussion in 'Mopar News and Rumors' started by Hemidakota, Jan 31, 2017.

  1. GasAxe

    GasAxe Active Member

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    I once had a car that looked like that...
     
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  2. BobbiBigWheels

    BobbiBigWheels I'm likely at work... Ad-Free Member

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    wut.
     
  3. wtxiceman

    wtxiceman Member Level III Supporter

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    He was in the wrong neighborhood. :D
     
  4. GasAxe

    GasAxe Active Member

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    Most damn fun a man can have for $10!
     
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  5. BobbiBigWheels

    BobbiBigWheels I'm likely at work... Ad-Free Member

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    Were you shooting, or being shot at? You Americans and your guns...
     
  6. GasAxe

    GasAxe Active Member

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    Just like Vegas, what happens in Montreal, stays in Montreal.:eek::D
     
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  7. BobbiBigWheels

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    Les poisson les poisson, he he he, haw haw haw.
     
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  8. Hemidakota

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  9. BobbiBigWheels

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    Glad there's some Monty Python love here.
     
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  10. randy1911

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    Here is a solution to the 300's power woes and even for 5.7l hemi's in general. In 2021 the 300,Charger,Challanger will Hopefully will move to the giorgio platform ( the hope is for the 300 we know the other two is going) where a smaller SRT base engine will be needed. This is where a hellcat version of the 5.7l is possible. (If this article has already been posted here my bad its a year old.) (From the looks of the Giorgio platform and even stretching it, im assuming a 6.4 is probably too big. )

    Can You Make Hellcat Power with a 5.7-Liter Hemi?

    With the Giorgio platform and the fact that a smaller engine size will be needed the 6.4 will probably disappear. The 5.7 has been around a long time and have been reliable for the most part. Hellcatting the 5.7 should be the goal for the future. I know the 300 is getting a version of twin turbo 420 hp v6 which is nice but that engine should be the new 300C engine not the top of the line. Hellcat the 5.7 up and give it around 525-600 hp, it would make much more power but you want to keep it quiet for the Chrysler sound police of what a 300 should be, call that the SRT or whatever. This way you keep the hellcat in the hellcat space and give Chrysler a three prong engine approach it has now but better. Just my thoughts that will probably fall on closed ears.
     
  11. Chase300

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    The Giulia is snub inside if you are 6' and over. They are going to need to do quite a bit of stretching to use it as a 300/Charger platform.
    Upside is the handling/ride is outstanding!
     
  12. redriderbob

    redriderbob Mopar Guru! Supporter

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    The chassis on the Giulia is like 60% stiffer than the SRT392 version of the Charger... so I can't wait till 2021. The next generation car should be very exciting.
     
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  13. Chase300

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    I can believe it, went over a couple RR crossings...car was like a vault.
    Yes, the next gen outlook looks bright
     
  14. humdrum

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    ....or the AntiChrysler.
     
  15. BobbiBigWheels

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    This wins.