SEMA 2015: 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner by HPI Customs

1969-roadrunner-hpi-customs-rearHPI Customs is a full service hot rod shop in Beausejour, Manitoba, a small town on the outskirts of Winnipeg. We’ve featured their work on the site before, with a full write-up on their 1966 Chrysler Imperial that had a supercharged V10 from a Dodge Viper under the hood!

The guys from HPI were back at SEMA 2015 with another new project, also a Mopar. This time, they had a 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner with a Gen3 6.1L HEMI crate engine under the hood. But just to push the envelope even further, it also has a rear-mounted twin-turbo setup from STS!

Power is transferred to the wheels by way of a T56 Magnum six-speed manual transmission from American Powertrain, with dual clutches and a lightened flywheel.

Of course, big power doesn’t mean much if you cannot handle it. The car’s ride has been upgraded with a Control Freaks suspension and Wilwood Dynapro disc brakes. The rear wheel wells have been mini-tubbed to accommodate the custom Budnik wheels, which are 18″x9″ up front and 19″x12″ in the rear.

The interior features a custom, all-metal dash and center console, one-off gauges from SpeedHut, and a killer stereo from M-Line Audio Systems. We look forward to seeing more great work from Tyler Scarfe and the guys at HPI Customs in the future!

Engine and Driveline
6.1L Hemi Gen3 crate engine
STS rear-mounted twin turbos
American Powertrain T56 Magnum transmission
Dual Clutches
Lightened Flywheel
American Autowire wiring

Suspension, Brake, and Wheels
Control Freaks suspension
Wilwood Dynapro brakes
Mini-tubbed in the rear
Custom Budnik wheels, 18″x9″ (front), 19″x12″ (rear)

Body and Interior
Custom Rear Spoiler
Custom All-Metal Dashboard and Center Console
Custom SpeedHut Gauges
M-Line Audio System

You can check out the build photos of this car at the HPI Customs Website!