Just wanted to share one of our project cars, this car is a 2019 Dodge Charger R/T. Obviously the 5.7 power gets boring after a little bit.. So in search we found very little info about doing the swap. This vehicle is using Adapter plates, and Idler brackets from MMX. Factory hellcat coolant tank, lines, valve covers(for proper PCV system). We can get these for you, but it may be cheaper to walk into your local dealership and order them.
For cooling the supercharger we used a universal Bosch Water pump found on our online store. A large heat exchanger by CSF. To control that water pump we used a universal Relay kit. This is much more cost effective then buying the factory hellcat coolant pump and "Cooler".
Next we had to let it breath, so we went with a K&N Cold Air Intake. Followed up with some factory 6.4 Exhaust manifolds, and a set of Stainless Works Catless Mid pipes.
The car is running finally after a few weeks of work here and there. Computer is back from HP tuners and it should be off to the dyno this week.