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Warranty Stands On 2014 Dodge Charger and Challenger Scat Pack Kits.

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Warranty Stands On 2014 Dodge Charger and Challenger Scat Pack Kits.

The factory warranty on new 2014 Dodge Charger R/T and 2014 Challenger models will stay intact if they are equipped with the new Scat Pack stage kits, Chrysler announced this week. It marks a rare commitment for such dramatically increased performance – the kits can add up to 58 horsepower to the 5.7L HEMI V8 engine through a range of Mopar aftermarket parts.

After making their debut at SEMA 2013 a few months ago, the Scat Pack kicks will be available to 2014 Charger R/T and Challenger owners this Spring. They will be installed at authorized dealers, and Mopar expects plenty of customers to line up for the muscle upgrade. Especially now that it won't void their warranty.

"By maintaining the vehicle warranty, we are demonstrating to customers our confidence in the kids, which were built to exactly complement the Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger by working hand-in-hand with the engineers who use factory specs to create these vehicles – extensive knowledge available only to Mopar," said Mopar President and CEO Pietro Gorlier.

Owners can buy into the Scat Pack family starting at just $2,195. That will get you the Scat Pack 1, which features a cold air intake, cat-back exhaust and low restriction oil filter from Mopar, plus a performance Powertrain Control Module (PCM) for a total upgrade of 18 horsepower and 18 lb.-ft of torque.

Scat Pack 2 adds to the first for an additional $1,895 and packs the Mopar performance camshaft kit and Stage 2 PCM for total 30 horsepower improvement. Finally, the Scat Pack 3 boasts ported cylinder heads, hi-flow headers and catalysts from Mopar plus a Stage 3 PCM for an additional $4,995. That will boost you 58 horsepower and 47 lb.-ft of torque.

There are plenty of ways to boost your HEMI power, many of them cheaper. But the Scat Pack upgrades are designed to make the most of the 5.7L engine by optimizing airflow without turning to forced induction. Plus, they won't void your warranty. Expect to see one rumbling at your local track before long.



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