Dodge Challenger Slow motion Wheelie
1974 Dodge Challenger Slomo Wheelie vid. Santa Pod 2010 eurofinals. By
Blackett Photography. Here the car is powered by a 572ci Wedge motor. Runs
mid 9's @ full weight (3850lb +). To make the caltracks work you need
plenty of front end lift, bump stops were removed and frames notched to get
almost 6 1/2 inches of travel. Something Chrysler never designed that
suspension for I'd guess. We've since improved the bump steer by replacing
parts and resetting the camber / castor as the front has aftermarket parts
and plenty of adjustment.
In reality it's difficut to fully eliminate without going to a strut type
front end, though some people appear to have done it on stock stuff, it
seems to be a common chrysler trait. Check out the superstock video's from
the '70s and most Mopars do it also check out my other real time wheelie
vids you see that the wobble lasts only a fraction of a second.
Thanks for the comments.
1,100HP+ JEEP SRT8! Kenne Bell + 7.0L...MONSTER!!!
ALL custom building, fabrication, and tuning performed by Adam & John @
Spankin Times Motorsports in San Bernardino, CA
Mods: ST Motorsports 7.0L stroker, Stu @ Inertia heads/cam, Kenne Bell 3.6L
liquid cooled Supercharger/mammoth
throttle body, Southern Hotrod transmission, BuilderBill dominator
converter, Western Differential Ford 9" rear with Wavetrac 35 spline, Mr.
Norms WOT box, PWR fuel rails, Arrington twin fuel pump basket, Nitto
NT05/r street and also drag radials, and a shitload of other mods!!!
The new Challenger vs. the World [S3 Ep.8-1]
Some of the biggest news to come down the automotive pipeline in a long
time is the fact that Dodge is making the Challenger again. But how does it
stack up against the legendary Challengers of old? Well, Stacey decided to
find out! First, by "grabbing" a Challenger in a most unorthodox way... and
then comparing it head-to-head with a 70'440 six-pack car. But that's not
all... Then Stacey decided to take the new car beyond the legend by
sticking on a Supercharger and really
blowing the doors off of the competition! If you are a Mopar nut, or have
just wondered what all the fuss was about concerning the new Challenger...
this is one show you've got to see!
Bob Griffith twin turbo 97 Viper on DynaPack 4 PSI boost 937 HP
Bob Griffiths 97 Viper twin turbo on the
Twins turbo motorsports DyanPack chassis
Dyno in Signal Hill
CA. Running 4 psi of Boost making
Engine is 510 CI, featuring two Bullseye Power Borg Warner T-4 80mm turbos, CNC intake manifold designed by
Marc "Koz" Kozeluh of Twins turbo and
Steve Hall of Hall engineering and design, Intake NC programming and
machining by Steve Hall.
Fabrication done by Twins turbo
Motorsports and Andrew "Serge" McClelland. Wired by GP Motorsports and
features a MoTeC M800 Engine Management System, Twin MoTeC CDI-8 Ignition
boxes, twin MoTeC E888 Expansion boxes, a MoTeC PDM 30 Power distribution
Module, MoTeC ADL Dash Logger, MoTeC SLM Shift Light Module and MoTeC SKM
Stand Alone Knock Module all calibrated by Shane Tecklenburg (Tuned By
851 RWHP Twin Turbo 2004 Cobra
851 RWHP Twin turbo 2004 Cobra built and
tuned by www.precision-autospots.com. Car is daily driven.
Update 5-13-2009 - The Mustang has just gone over an engine
freshup as it had over 30k miles on it and making over 800 rwhp!! During
this time the Sullivan intake was removed and a Ported Mach 1 intake took
its place. It now makes 800 rwhp and 725 torque at 19 psi on pump 93. It
is down about 25 hp on the top end but it picked up over 100 torque and 90
rwhp at 4500 RPM! The Transmission and the rear-end are still mostly
stock. The car was just delivered back to its owner in Florida and it got
23 MPG with the AC on doing about 80 MPH. No new 116/93 mix gas numbers.
2008 - Owner reports getting 25 MPG still on the highway. No new track
times and owner has no plans to take back to the track. After all, this is
his beater ;)
2-24-08 // Car now makes over 925 RWHP on 116/93 mix gas. Owner called
Precision the other day to say he handed a ZX-14 its ass from a roll. And
it was only set to about 850 rwhp he said. Amazing car!
Now about the track times. Look, the owner had just spent a fair amount of
money and these were the only runs he made ever with the car and quite
honestly, he did want to break anything. Ford built a great driveline, but
more than doubling the power output tends to make you carefull with your
car. He was not going for anything steller, just a time. The mid 11 sec
pass was on about 675 rwhp setting. The owner used to have a 8 sec. turbo Fox body, so he is not an idiot when
it comes to fast cars. I have seen stockish Cobras grenade their IRS at a
track so to call this guy an idiot, or rag on the shop for protecting his
high HP's stock rearend and tranny just really is not fair.
Song // Metallica - Orion.
2005 Pontiac GTO vs Dodge Challenger SRT8
Went to test n tune at Pittsburgh Raceway Park tonight, pulled into the
staging lanes, and pull next to a Hemi Orange SRT8, My Jaw Dropped.
Got to run him twice, his first run was a 14.6 due to not operating the
Second run I went 13.11 to his 13.49
I am a 2005 Automatic GTO with full Exhaust and street tires, he was bone stock with
1,200 miles on the clock.
Here are some pictures for the guy that claimed this was not a SRT8
Dodge Challenger SRT8 @ the Track
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE DODGE CHALLENGER SRT8:
The 2008 Dodge Challenger SRT8 is a muscle car, right? An American muscle
car. So naturally, the first thing I want to do when I jump behind the
wheel is a big American smoky burnout.
"Not here," says Pete Gladysz, the Dodge guy babysitting our test car and
riding shotgun, as he looks around the leafy, tranquil residential street
we're on in the middle of Pasadena. "Wait 'till we get to the track."
Gladysz, powertrain senior manager for Chrysler LLC's SRT Group, sounds
serious. So I wait.