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The Dodge Challenger drivetrain has a pretty tough job handling the huge power this slice of Mopar muscle is capable of dishing out. Dodge is known for building some robust drivetrains, but over time, especially if you’ve upgraded the engine to deliver even more grunt, parts of the drivetrain will need replacing. Some components, such as the clutch used with a stick shift, will need to be renewed if you’ve worn out the old one or you want a beefier part ready to provide lasting durability with a high-power engine tune. If you’re planning to have your Challenger tuned for more power that you can use at the track or simply to have more fun on the road, it’s a good idea to invest in upgrading your drivetrain to handle the performance. A competition clutch pack or torque converter lets you hook it up off the line without worrying about efficiency losses or having these parts let go. If you’re replacing the clutch or other Challenger drivetrain parts, our industry-leading clutch replacement consumables and transmission oils help to make sure you get the job done right and your gears live as long as possible. We can offer upgraded drive shafts to help cope with the big torque you’ll want for the lowest quarter-mile times. Our ring gear and pinion kits let you choose the best final drive ratio for your needs. Go short for improved standing start acceleration and pull through the lower gears. Choose a longer ratio for better economy and more relaxed cruising on the highway. Performance at the track can really benefit from a lightened, balanced flywheel. You’ll get snappier shifts, losing less time through the gears. To help you enhance your shifting experience even more, we can supply aftermarket shift knobs and other shifter accessories. For ultimate grip at the back wheels, a limited-slip Challenger differential helps to ensure you get as much power through the rubber as possible.

Challenger Drivetrain