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Mopar Performance P4510363

Mopar Performance Throttle Body 4-Barrel with 4150 Bolt Pattern

312-P4510363

Free Shipping Estimated to ship on 10/29/18

$799.99
Mopar Performance Throttle Body 4-Barrel with 4150 Bolt Pattern $799.99
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Throttle Body
  • 4-Barrel with 4150 Bolt Pattern
  • Used on 5.7L/6.1L Drag Pak
  • Billet Aluminum
  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    P4510363

    The 2009-2011 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak was the first drag-race, factory prepped package car built in over 40 years by Mopar and builds on the heritage of the limited edition 1968 HEMI powered Dodge Darts and Plymouth Barracudas. Package cars were not sold as a running driving vehicle (not to be titled or street driven) and didn't come with a VIN.

    The Drag Pak was developed by Mopar Performance and approved by NHRA for stock class drag racing. For exact details on how the vehicle should be configured, please refer to your sanctioning body rulebook.

    2009 Drag Pak Instruction Manual(w/ V8 Engines)

    2010 Drag Pak Instruction Manual (w/ V8 Engines)

    2011 Drag Pak Instruction Manual(w/ V10 Viper Engine)

    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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