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HELLCAT The World – Take A Ride In A Chrysler 300 SRT Hellcat!

R/T Life Drives The Boost Kingz Custom Made Chrysler Super Sedan...

After the decision to drop the Chrysler 300 SRT from the Chrysler brand’s North American lineup in 2014, the Chrysler Group introduced the supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI HELLCAT V8 engine. Diehard Chrysler fans started begging the automaker to offer its own variant of the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat, but to no luck. Fast forward 7 years and we have seen a number of people, say “to hell with Chrysler” and build their own using crate engines or salvaged parts from other Dodge Hellcat models.

2015 Chrysler 300 SRT Hellcat Conversion. (R/T Life).

Now we have talked about several of these builds over the past few years. One of those builds was by YouTuber Boost Kingz, who took a 2015 Chrysler 300 Limited and using parts from a salvaged Charger SRT Hellcat, created his own 707 horsepower Chrysler sedan.

2015 Chrysler 300 SRT Hellcat Conversion. (R/T Life).

Recently, our friend and contributor R/T Life had a chance to meet up with Boost Kingz to go over his awesome build, as well as get some time behind the wheel. R/T Life has posted a video on his YouTube channel (which you can see at the top of this article) of the experience. “It’s like luxury meets the most absurd power ever”, R/T Life claims. “I think Chrysler is silly for not trying to do this.”

2015 Chrysler 300 SRT Hellcat Conversion. (R/T Life).

What makes this build special is that it currently is for sale. Boost Kingz is ready to move on to another project and is looking to get rid of this amazing example. 

2015 Chrysler 300 SRT Hellcat Conversion. (R/T Life).

If the video above isn’t enough to satisfy your Chrysler 300 SRT Hellcat needs, you can check out the build process on the Boost Kingz YouTube channel. Also, be sure to check out the R/T Life YouTube channel for tons of Mopar-related enthusiast content as well.

What do you think of this 300 SRT Hellcat build? Did Chrysler really miss out on building a Hellcat version of the 300? Let us know in the comments below or the MoparInsiders.com forum.

Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only a Co-Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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Any thought of abandoning the 300 sedan is foolish. The 300 remains one of the most stylish sedans, at any price point, on the market. There is and will continue to be a I healthy sedan market and a near luxury sedan from Chrysler that evolves on its classic style-is clearly a winning decision. Built along side Challenger and Charger on its new platform, this elegant, affordable statement of Chrysler elegance is just so logical and necessary for the brand and its loyal customers. To abandon the 300 would be a decision long regretted and foolishly decided by “group think” conformity. Indeed the height of corporate foolishness.. We the wise ones in this discussion collectively await the 2024 Chrysler 300 that logic and passion demands.

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they sell less than 2 a month per dealership and for less margin then both its sister models..... if there are loyal customers then they are few and far between. Ford foolishly listened to nonsense argument like this when continuing the Continental and it was a blood bath. As such the 300 sedan is dead, killed by a aging and departing demographic, and Fords willingness to go first.

There simple isn't a large enough market to justify the investment, the best hope for the 300 marque is to be reborn as a CUV.

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they sell less than 2 a month per dealership and for less margin then both its sister models..... if there are loyal customers then they are few and far between. Ford foolishly listened to nonsense argument like this when continuing the Continental and it was a blood bath. As such the 300 sedan is dead, killed by a aging and departing demographic, and Fords willingness to go first.

There simple isn't a large enough market to justify the investment, the best hope for the 300 marque is to be reborn as a CUV.

Can not be nice on this one, no way Jose, your just wrong wrong wrong, from your misinterpreted sales numbers, to your off target Lincoln analogy and to your intrenched doom and gloom market analysis of the domestic sedan niche segment and that lingering, ever too harsh language that belittles without merit. I am right. right right on this one and Chrysler people know it, Stellantis decision makers should know it and if I must be so bold, God knows it too. Clearly, the 300 has a unique and viable market segment, a sound business case future to exploit and possibly dominate and my blessing. . I will accept no push back on that from the negative armchair dwellers who spill out their own brand of nonsense which can never stand up to "Willy Wisdom" and that clear, logical, sound wishful thinking that shouts from the roof tops, RIGHT AGAIN WILLY ! No more nice guy today. Today I am pure NO NONSENSE.

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Can not be nice on this one, no way Jose, your just wrong wrong wrong, from your misinterpreted sales numbers, to your off target Lincoln analogy and to your intrenched doom and gloom market analysis of the domestic sedan niche segment and that lingering, ever too harsh language that belittles without merit. I am right. right right on this one and Chrysler people know it, Stellantis decision makers should know it and if I must be so bold, God knows it too. Clearly, the 300 has a unique and viable market segment, a sound business case future to exploit and possibly dominate and my blessing. . I will accept no push back on that from the negative armchair dwellers who spill out their own brand of nonsense which can never stand up to "Willy Wisdom" and that clear, logical, sound wishful thinking that shouts from the roof tops, RIGHT AGAIN WILLY ! No more nice guy today. Today I am pure NO NONSENSE.

Pure Nosense...... you apply your own personal preference to the grander market and you are a extreme minority customer. The model doesn't sell well now, it is margined under it sisters model. No way it returns unless it is a CUV. So type type type... that your right right right.... it has NO business case and you will be disappointed. The Lincoln killed it.

Wishful thinking is not a replacement for actual market realities.

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Pure Nosense...... you apply your own personal preference to the grander market and you are a extreme minority customer. The model doesn't sell well now, it is margined under it sisters model. No way it returns unless it is a CUV. So type type type... that your right right right.... it has NO business case and you will be disappointed. The Lincoln killed it.

Wishful thinking is not a replacement for actual market realities.

Wrong market realities depends on who and what defines that analysis and many can be found.. I’m not sure what constitutes that data in your reality, could be spot on, but in my reality and my gut on the market, there is a real marketplace for the 300 in its current definition and legacy. That alone it seems calls for a need for a new 300 to test my vision. I’d be disappointed if the 300 is killed prematurely. I refuse, be it wise or foolish, to give up on a car that is so right in so many ways and most importantly has my coveted “Willy Seal of Approval”. Go with my gut on this one Triple. Damn the pencil pushes in that grander market and go with Willy.

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