Street Hits – Mustang GT vs. Challenger SRT

September 25th, 2019

Whoa! This guy has got some kind of attitude. Sure, he has a nice car and it has been reasonably modified, but take on an SRT Dodge Challenger in a Mustang GT? The Mustang sounds good but claims only an assortment of bolt-ons. Let’s see what’s up. First, the 2017 Mustang GT (5.0-liter V8). It has been treated to a Roush exhaust system which yields a throaty rumble, indeed. The Kooks exhaust headers add to the sound effects. The intake manifold is a ported unit from a 2018 version of the same car. Cool exterior air is drawn in via Read More

1000HP TT Viper vs. Corvette and Mustang

September 17th, 2019

Taking it to the streets! What else is a fellow in a twin turbocharged Dodge Viper supposed to do on a warm summer night? This guy fills up with E85 and takes to the interstate (of Mexico) for a healthy dose of roll racing action. Let’s take a gander. Featured in this clip is a twin turbocharged Dodge Viper. Already an incredible powerhouse of an automobile – in factory trim – this sweet serpent has been upgraded with a pair of turbos. Maximum output is dyno certified at 1,000whp. In the first contest of the evening, the Viper will take Read More

2018 Dodge Challenger Demon – Top Speed Test

September 6th, 2019

Sure, everyone knows about the Demon. It is said to be ugly-heavy. Despite being the most powerful of the new high-performance domestic retro models, this gives its critics ammunition for calling it slow. Question is: How fast will it really go? Not on the freeway or dragstrip, but on a stretch of endless (3 or 4-miles) road where it can stretch out and get all those ponies to the pavement. It should be noted that this particular Dodge Demon is equipped with the Demon Crate package which includes additional weight reduction measures and race fuel. This package yields maximum SRT Read More

The Quest for the 8-Second Quarter-Mile – Dodge Demon

February 5th, 2019

Dreamers – you gotta love them. Without dreamers, we would fail to soar to magnificent heights. This is true in the world of drag racing, just as in any other area. Mark Heinnings is one such dreamer in the world of drag racing. Mark dreams of putting his 2018 Dodge Demon into the 8s, without opening up the engine or the supercharger. Let’s see how he’s doing so far. Mark has knocked the socks off the racing world and knocked more than a second off his Demon’s quarter-mile time as estimated when the car was new. Mark has put his Read More

White Knuckle Dodge Demon – 840+HP Stock Internals

January 15th, 2019

Greetings racing fans and welcome back to the beautiful Palm Beach International Raceway, in sunny Florida, for a running of the White Knuckle Demon. The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon was offered for a single model year and billed as the most powerful vehicle ever mass produced in the U.S. With a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 HEMI engine, the stock (4,400-pound) Demon is capable of 840hp (770lb-ft. of torque). The big HEMI is mated to an 8-speed automatic and backed by a Dana rear end with a 3.09:1 final drive gear ratio. Adding fuel to the fire, the White Knuckle treatment Read More

10-Second Turbo Viper – Tune and Testing

January 7th, 2019

This Viper guy was caught at the Cecil County Dragway (Maryland) doing some testing and tuning during a shakeout of the mighty Mopar’s fresh upgrades. He was laying down some low 10s on 12 psi of boost. That means that this car has a lot left in it. We look forward to single digits from this beast in 2019. Even in factory trim, the Gen II Viper GTS is a formidable opponent. With its massive 8.4-liter V10 engine, short-throw manual transmission, and racing suspension, the Viper is capable of tackling the strip or track. The feature vehicle of this video Read More

9-Second Stock Challenger Hellcat

November 20th, 2018

Greetings drag racing fans and welcome to Atco Dragway in scenic New Jersey, USA. On tap today is a stock Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat that is capable of blowing through the quarter-mile in just over 9-seconds (9.17-seconds @ 150.58 MPH). Knowing that the Hellcat package includes a supercharged (707HP) 6.2-liter HEMI engine, you might be wondering how fast Dodge says this cat can claw through the 1320. Strangely enough, Chrysler only has its flagship coupe getting through the quarter-mile in 10.8-seconds. So, where did this racer shave nearly 2-seconds? No hard parts have been changed and neither the engine nor Read More

2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye – Legit 10-Second Stock Car

November 5th, 2018

Allow us to introduce the 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody. It is the latest in the SRT Hellcat lineup. With slightly less horsepower (797HP) than the SRT Hellcat Demon (840HP) and slightly more than the standard SRT Hellcat (707HP), you might be asking yourself where this beast fits in. After watching this video; I think you’ll begin to get the idea. The Redeye is not the most impressive ride on the circuit track, but on the dragstrip it should be the cat’s meow. Let’s have a look. Exclusive to the Redeye is the SRT Power Chiller. It allows Read More

Nitrous Corvette Z06 vs. Dodge Demon Challenger

September 30th, 2018

by: Adam Yacoby There is a battle brewing on the East Coast. Seems that a car called the Demon is building quite a reputation and Corvette owners in Lobster Land don’t like it even a little bit. Word is that some of these Demons are going to be competing at Cecil County Dragway. Maybe – just maybe – some of these ‘Vette owners will show up, as well. Let’s have a look. Sure enough, there’s a pretty blue Chevy Corvette now. The C6 Z06 is equipped with a stock bottom end LS7 (7.0-liter V8). On top are a set of Read More

1200HP Dodge Sedan Terrorizes the Streets

September 28th, 2018

by: Harley Magden Prepare to take a long, hard look at one of the meanest Hellcats on the street. Matt, the owner and builder of this masterpiece, has not only created a street monster but an aesthetically appealing vehicle as well. Climb on-board the Widow Maker and be mesmerized by the meticulous attention to detail and outright power at your fingertips. Inside the cockpit, you are treated to custom touches like special embroidering on the headrests, custom made floor mats, dyed stitching and red piping in the seats and door panels, custom inserts in the dash, door panels, and kick Read More

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