2003 Dodge Pro-Street/Drag Truck

Old 02-11-2009, 09:28 PM
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Default 2003 Dodge Pro-Street/Drag Truck


-Fresh professional build
-No runs, no miles
-6.1 liter SRT8 hemi motor, bored and stroked to 414 cubic inches
-Custom CP pistons (11:1 compression)
-Carillo rods
-1.88 Honda journals EDM oiling
-custom forged crank
-custom grind cam
-CNC ported big valve heads by Phil Coleman
-Manley valves
-Manley comp springs with titanium retainers
-overdrive CNC alternator pully
-ATI underdrive super damper
-custom fuel rails
-SVO Cobra injectors


-Cold Fusion fogger with purges & heater
-NX2 stage in CAI with purges & heater
-two polished 15lb bottles
-Snow water/meth injection

Fuel System:

-Two complete Aeromotive A1000 systems
-One high pressure for motor with 15 gallon fuel cell and one low pressure for nitrous system with separate 5 gallon cell


-Powder coated/ported Pacesetter longtube headers
-Flowmaster single chamber mufflers


-Sharadon Stage 3 automatic with APS billet convertor


-(Front) DJM 3" drop control arms with Comp Engineering adjustable drag shocks
-(Rear) Chassisworks chrome pro street 4 link with billet coil overs installed by Bill Buck Race Cars
-SRT10 Dana "Super 60" with 4:56 gears


-Drilled and slotted rotors with Akebono pads

Wheels and Tires:

-(Race) American Racing Baja wheels with BFG's up front and M&H DOT slicks on the rear
-(Street) American Racing 20" 621's with 305/50/20 Kumho's


-Optima Yellow Top, Taylor relocate kit (mounted under bed)
-Flaming River push type disconnect
-Custom Superchips programmer, SMT6 laptop based tuning software


-2003 Ram regular cab short bed
-2008 Sport front clip with steel cowl hood
-Slammed 1 rear roll pan
-Custom 1969 Mopar B5 blue paint (inside and out, engine bay)
-Tribal ghost flames (bed removed to shoot back of cab and front of bed)
-Lexan rear window
-Street Scene mirrors


-8.50 certifiable cage by Bill Buck Race Cars
-Kirkey seats with black pads and covers
-Custom tubular seat mounts
-Stroud harnesses with cam lock
-Stroud window net
-Autometer guages for nitrous fuel pressure, motor fuel pressure, trans temp and vacuum
-Custom billet switch panels in factory dash

There has been over $70,000 invested in this truck.

Extras which will be included:

-2007 open trailer with painted diamond plate floor and polished diamond plate tool box and trim (paint and wheels match truck)
-New 6.1 Hemi short block with stroker kit
-Manley Pro I beam lightweight rods
-New CNC port heads with valves, springs, and titanium retainers
-Callies crank
-CP custom forged pistons
-Hellfire rings

$39,900 for everything. All trades considered.


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Old 02-16-2009, 08:08 PM
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Word to anyone looking at this truck. The engine, rearend, transmission and part of the NOS system were stolen from me by Scott Lewis who conned me into believing I was a partner in the Hemi shop while all along was funneling all the money from my work and shop profits into his own pocket. I paid for the engine, rear end, part of the NOS system and the tranny build on this truck and Scott refused to compensate me for those parts. I'm putting together evidence to give to the authorities on this and about a dozen other people he stole from so word to the wise. Don't buy this truck because it's built from stolen parts.
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Old 02-16-2009, 11:22 PM
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Oh, I frogot to say it was built from embelzeled funds too. Point is it's stolen largely.
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Old 02-17-2009, 06:30 PM
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I saw the viper advertised on the same lot and realized that the truck probably wasn't on consignment so I called and spoke to the lot owner Jim. Looks like Jim is another victim of the dreaded scott and is now wondering how to take care of this. I think what will happen is Jim, myself and the guy who originally purchased the second engine in the listing which Scott never delivered are going to figure out a way of taking care of it to minimize damage yet still let Jim sell the truck for a decent price so he doesn't loose his shirt on it. Looks like scott just continues to rip people off. I suspect when we get this straightened out that truck will be the record breaker is was built to be. Jim seems like a decent guy that got took by Scott too.
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