Bionicdodge.Com

Bionic Commerce => Trucks & Cars For Sale => Topic started by: NXNLINE on January 18, 2017, 01:20:55 PM



Title: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: NXNLINE on January 18, 2017, 01:20:55 PM
     Hey guys, I am selling my 2003 Durango R/T. It has newly built motor and rebuilt transmission.
I am sure there are pictures of this build under a thread I started here 2 years ago (http://www.bionicdodge.com/bionic/index.php?topic=12879.0)

Motor:

Mopar 2.02 R/T Iron Heads that have been fully ported.
Comp Cams 1.7 Roller Rockers
HiPoTek HPT 210X4 4x4  210/214 .506/.506 11
Sealed Power H-Rods
Keith Black KB232-030 Hypereutectic Dish Pistons 4.030 Bore with molly file to fit rings
Air Gap Intake
HiPotek 52 TB
HiPotek fuel rails
Double Roller timing
Spintechs Headers
Mopar Jeep Valve covers, eveything has been powder coated, all brackets, intake,

Trans:
Rebuilt and has Hipotek 2800 converter

SCT with Hemifever tune
Full 3" mandrel bent exhaust into Flowmaster 50 series for SUV


All in all, the truck is just sitting in my drive way for about a year and I just bought a house and need money. I don't want to part out the truck, I am asking $4500 firm. I have more that this in the build alone. Please dont bug me with low ball offers. I have the complete build sheet and all receipts from Hipotek. I ordered about 90% of the parts from him.  I installed a wideband that mounts on the column, I am sure I am not listing everything, the truck does have the sniper bumper and grille on it. LED tail lights. I have lowered it 2" and has chrome r/t wheels. The truck is red, I will post pics tomorrow, I just wanted to see if there is any interest. I can be reached faster at tompotts@juno.com. I posted a link above on the build and you can look at the pics, the motor has about 2000 miles since rebuild. If anyone just wnats the truck minus the motor, I am wlilling to remove engine and sell truck as is.


I am located in Middleburg, Fl. Its located right out Jacksonville, Fl. If you only want the truck as a roller with transmission without converter, I will take $2000. Thanks Magnum!


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: magnumman on January 18, 2017, 07:02:21 PM
This is a Bad a** truck!  Good luck with the sale!

Just in case anyone is wondering...  Where are you Located?  And how much for it without the motor?


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: NXNLINE on January 19, 2017, 02:39:16 AM
This is a Bad a** truck!  Good luck with the sale!

Just in case anyone is wondering...  Where are you Located?  And how much for it without the motor?

Fixes, thanks pal!


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: donram360 on January 20, 2017, 01:07:18 PM
sounds like the computer headaches that I am having on my '01//  yup the start/shut off is the security BS,  gotta reprogram that thing.   


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: NXNLINE on January 20, 2017, 01:19:58 PM
sounds like the computer headaches that I am having on my '01//  yup the start/shut off is the security BS,  gotta reprogram that thing.   

I have been thru 2 computers at $400 a whack, I have not tried to install another one with the stock coil, I know there was rumors back in the day about MSD Blaster coils causing this, but spoke to Richard at Hipotek, and he claims those are false. I just bought a house and could use the money for remodeling. I have ran continuity on the cabling from coil to pcm, it checks out good. Cant find anything wrong with the harness, even ran a dedicated ground from battery to the pcm bracket. Im at a loss, I am still debating on removing motor and selling truck as roller, hope to see if there are any interest. Good luck with yours as well!


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: magnumman on January 20, 2017, 07:52:56 PM
I have a Blaster coil on my 2001 Ram and it works fine for me.

I may be interested in the Roller but I'll have to see if you still have it April.  Its contract time at work and I have to save my money until then.  I hope you sell it before I am able to get it, Good luck.


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: donram360 on January 21, 2017, 10:16:30 AM
I have yet to try anything on mine besides a stock coil though I do have a stock-type BWD coil on there now, though the electrical issues I have, started with the coil that the truck left the factory with. 
I can't seee a coil causing a computer to die, it only uses what power it can take.... not all the "potential" available.


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: NXNLINE on January 29, 2017, 01:38:43 PM
I have yet to try anything on mine besides a stock coil though I do have a stock-type BWD coil on there now, though the electrical issues I have, started with the coil that the truck left the factory with. 
I can't seee a coil causing a computer to die, it only uses what power it can take.... not all the "potential" available.


All I know is I have been thru 2 PCM at $400 pop, the only thing i changed on the ignition was the bracket that Hipotek makes to block heat from the MSD coil, I have done continuity on the wires from the coil to the pcm and find no faults, its def losing its spark from the coil signal in the pcm


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: NXNLINE on March 01, 2017, 09:05:46 AM
TTT


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: Richie on March 01, 2017, 03:14:16 PM
I like the RT Durango, I need to get something myself that gets better gas mileage for daily commuting


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: NXNLINE on April 20, 2017, 03:49:18 PM
Bump, I really want this gone, lets make a deal!


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: NXNLINE on May 28, 2017, 04:40:36 AM
I bought a another PCM and the truck is running, SCT is loaded and a full tank of gas! Come get it


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: Richie on May 28, 2017, 12:56:41 PM
Bump for a good dude.


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: magnumman on May 28, 2017, 05:40:15 PM
PM Sent


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: donram360 on May 29, 2017, 03:24:49 AM
where are you gettin your PCM's?  I have temporarily given up on my Durango, computer issue killed the brand new cat, on a fresh engine which now needs to come back out because with ~3 hours' run time on it, I got lots of silver out with the initial oil change... I'm talking excessive.  too many projects right now, and nobody's w/o a car, so I'll get to it whenever I get to it....
I have been thru 2 of them (PCM's) myself.


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: NXNLINE on May 29, 2017, 04:08:58 AM
where are you gettin your PCM's?  I have temporarily given up on my Durango, computer issue killed the brand new cat, on a fresh engine which now needs to come back out because with ~3 hours' run time on it, I got lots of silver out with the initial oil change... I'm talking excessive.  too many projects right now, and nobody's w/o a car, so I'll get to it whenever I get to it....
I have been thru 2 of them (PCM's) myself.


Here is where I get them : http://www.ebay.com/itm/121498665393?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT what year is yours and whats your PCM#? If its P56040482AB, I have a spare one with SCT tuner married with it, I purchased it, but it appernetly does not have security on it, I installed it and my truck would start but shut down. Its for sale if it matches your pcm #


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: donram360 on May 29, 2017, 12:07:41 PM
mine is a 2001. but I will check that number. 


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: NXNLINE on May 30, 2017, 12:14:53 PM
SOLD!!!!


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: magnumman on May 30, 2017, 05:47:23 PM
Congrats on the sale!


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: NXNLINE on May 31, 2017, 03:43:43 AM
Thanks brother, went to a great local guy and I got $5500 for the truck, the guys father owns a paint shop so he will address the paint issues


Title: Re: 2003 Durango R/T with built motor
Post by: B1llyw on September 09, 2018, 01:28:21 AM
Hey Tom - glad to see you are still on here in 2018.  Please keep coming back.  :)