Book Review: Dodge Challenger and Charger - How to Build and Modify

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Dodge Challenger and Charger: How to Build and Modify 2006-Present

Dodge Challenger and Charger: How to Build and Modify 2006-Present

Searching for the best performance package to make your Charger, Challenger, or full-size Chrysler stand out from the crowd? This is the book you need. 

Chrysler has returned to previous glories with the LX platform cars. The new Challenger and Charger Hellcats are the strongest domestic production cars currently available at a reasonable price. Powered by the 5.7- 6.1- and 6.4-liter Hemi engines they bring significant performance levels right off the dealership floor. But as always performance minded individuals can do better.

This book by Randy Bolig ( 14 years as the editor in chief of Mopar Muscle magazine) brings you highly detailed instructions for moving the needle higher on these cars. Ignition mods, high performance injectors, head modifications and rotating assemblies are all covered. But there is more, step by step installations of cat- back exhaust, hand held ignition tuners, cold-air intakes and superchargers are also covered in detail.

If you have one of these vehicles or are considering their purchase, you should have this book on your work bench. - Bob McJannett



For more than 20 years, Mopar muscle cars have been Randy Bolig’s passion and they have also been his profession. As the editor-in-chief of Mopar Muscle magazine for 14 years, Bolig has guided the creation of a key magazine in the Mopar muscle car hobby. He has worked on and written about the current crop of Mopar muscle cars and now he has written a book on the subject. Currently, Bolig is writing for a variety of publications in variety of markets.

SA340 • 176 PAGES • 401 COLOUR PHOTOS Written by RANDY BOLIG

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