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    Good Bye Hemis

    Looks like FHP is going to stop buying the Hemi chargers and going with the V6. No balls, No Balls....NO BALLS. It ain't got the balls. They stink.

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    Source for this ?

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    Rumor starter. Everyone knows that a V6 can't take the pounding that we put on these cruises. Maybe in a city yes. Try 0 to 130+ over 10 times a day on a V6.

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    CHP uses the V6 and they don't eat up camshafts and lifters. They do just fine, and the CHP even does police work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    CHP uses the V6 and they don't eat up camshafts and lifters. They do just fine, and the CHP even does police work
    I will authorize placing hemi emblems on V-6 cars, so you won't be embarrassed at Waffle House or Sonny's.

    By the power of Greyskull I command It.

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    This has been checked by independent fact checkers and found to not be true. The Florida Highway Patrol, well Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles completed a purchase order for 125 2021 Dodge Chargers on 2/16/202. These specific vehicles were ordered with option (26A) which is the 5.8 liter V8 and 8 speed automatic combination. However, it is understandable how this misconception could have been interpreted as the vehicle option LDDE48 is similar to LDEE48, which is the 6 Cylinder model.

    Here is the specific purchase order
    https://facts.fldfs.com/Search/Purch...00&PONo=B889C4

    Here is an agency order form for 2021 Vehicles
    https://www.mchenrycountyil.gov/Home...ment?id=101270

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    Instead of the 5.8 liter V8 Hemi they should install the 9mm which would be incredibly more powerful. They could even put a 9mm emblem on the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    CHP uses the V6 and they don't eat up camshafts and lifters. They do just fine, and the CHP even does police work
    Then go and drive a CHP v6 Charger. Next year they are switching to Tesla in order to comply with the green new deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    This has been checked by independent fact checkers and found to not be true. The Florida Highway Patrol, well Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles completed a purchase order for 125 2021 Dodge Chargers on 2/16/202. These specific vehicles were ordered with option (26A) which is the 5.8 liter V8 and 8 speed automatic combination. However, it is understandable how this misconception could have been interpreted as the vehicle option LDDE48 is similar to LDEE48, which is the 6 Cylinder model.

    Here is the specific purchase order
    https://facts.fldfs.com/Search/Purch...00&PONo=B889C4

    Here is an agency order form for 2021 Vehicles
    https://www.mchenrycountyil.gov/Home...ment?id=101270
    Whoever posted this is a hero. This day will go down in history as the first time there has been an educated response backed up with a source!

    I’m impressed !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    This has been checked by independent fact checkers and found to not be true. The Florida Highway Patrol, well Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles completed a purchase order for 125 2021 Dodge Chargers on 2/16/202. These specific vehicles were ordered with option (26A) which is the 5.8 liter V8 and 8 speed automatic combination. However, it is understandable how this misconception could have been interpreted as the vehicle option LDDE48 is similar to LDEE48, which is the 6 Cylinder model.

    Here is the specific purchase order
    https://facts.fldfs.com/Search/Purch...00&PONo=B889C4

    Here is an agency order form for 2021 Vehicles
    https://www.mchenrycountyil.gov/Home...ment?id=101270
    Finally a Republican response.

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