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Garage Queen
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Location: Wadsworth, IL
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Vehicle Name Garage Queen
Year 2004
Make Dodge
Model Ram SRT 10
Color Black
Under the Hood
Engine Modifications:
Gen 4 main bearings used for 160 degree oiling, with extra feed hole for volume. Main and Rod Bearings have Teflon Coating for Durability.
Block: Cylinders honed with deck plates to size to fit .005” oversized Diamond pistons (Oliver Rods). Main bores in block have oil reservoirs machined into them. Block is line honed and deck’s were machined for clean up.

Crankshaft: Crankshaft is Nitride, ground and polished to size for proper clearance. Entire rotating assembly is balanced.

Pistons: Custom Diamond Forged Pistons-dished, for better combustion. Gold ceramic coating (gold) on decks of pistons with Moly coating (dark gray) on piston skirts. Floating piston pin for strength and light weight, rings have been file fit for proper ring gaps in bores.

Connecting Rods: Oliver Billet H-Beam Connecting Rods. 7/16 ARP Rod Bolts-bolts upgraded. 6.250” for better internal geometry.

Heads: Stainless exhaust valves, intake valves cleaned, ground and back cut for improved flow. New Beehive springs, titanium retainers, new keepers and seals. Competition valve job, ports cleaned and touched up, heads milled on deck and intake faces for cleanup.

Bearings: Gen 4 main bearings used for 160 degree oiling, with extra feed hole for volume. Main and rod bearings have Teflon Coating for durability.

Pushrods: Chrome Moly pushrods used for strength.

Engine was assembled on a flat surface instead of a rollover stand so that stresses would not be induced into the engine build. Camshaft Centerline was set at 121 degrees after TDC. Engine has Cometic Head Gaskets and ARP Head Studs. New Needle Bearing and Pilot Bearing in the back of the Crank and a new 1 piece Oil Control Valve in the oil pump.

Drive Train Modifications:
Spec dual friction clutch, JTS Venom Performance slave, Wilwood master cylinder modification. X-Metal Gen IV shifter with Jedi lever. Moe’s Performance Drive Shaft Loop.

DTS “Stinker” rear-end with Strange 35 spline axles, Detroit locker/cryo ring gear (4:56 differential ratio). Cal Tracs. Wilwood racing rear rotors and calipers.

Exhaust Modifications:
Full Cat delete; MOPAR long tube headers (Jet Hot Coated), and Magnaflow muffler, crafted by Westech Automotive.

Boost Modification:
Roe Racing Twin Screw Top Mount Supercharger at 10 lbs boost
48 lb. per hour injectors
Roe Racing Water/methanol injection; Prototype Roe Racing Radiator
Roe Polished Throttle Body
Tuned by “The Viper Whisperer” Sean Roe

Appearance Modifications:
Lowered by X-Metal
Stock rims with PermaStar chrome finish by Goodrich
Fang shift knob by Avondale
JMB Hard Radiator tubes, Catch Can and Valve Covers (Candy Red)
X-metal alloy seat handles
Red and Silver Pinstripe by Jeff Williams Studios
Fang Badges front and rear
Etched Glass “Fang Supercharged” center sliding widow by Hot Rod Mike

Misc. Mods
172 degree thermostat
Prototype Dual Core Aluminum Performance Radiator Designed and Built by Sean Roe
Vector shift light
VEC III Piggyback to PCM tuning module covered by Eddie’s clear box
IAT 5.6 Ohm resistor mod
AB Ignition wires
JMB Catch Can (Candy Red)
Roe Racing Breathers
“RIP Woody” Memorial Radar Detector

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