charger srt-8 vs charger super bee
dos charger callegeros en pista. tirando un tiempo no mas de 13 segundos
en arrancones mopar performance. arrancones en motorplex. fue poca raza
pero lo q cuenta q la raza de monclova coah. estubo presente
2013 Dodge Charger Super Bee HEMI SRT8 Test Drive & Muscle Car Video Review
http://www.autobytel.com/dodge/charger/2013/ The original Dodge Super Bee
dates back to 1968 and came out of the factory packing a huge HEMI V-8
Engine. Now we have this monster 470 horsepower 4-door muscle
car. From 2007 - 2009 Dodge produced Super Bee Special Edition SRT8 that
added Navigation, Larger Rims, DVD, and some Special Edition Badging. This
also raised the price on those models. But for 2013, Dodge is offering a
car aimed at the enthusiast. This new Super Bee SRT8 is actually cheaper
than the regular SRT8 at $42,250 compared to $45,250. This sweet 4-door
muscle car is sure to be a big hit.
The 2013 Dodge Charger is the second iteration of the resurrected model.
The Charger is a true modern day muscle car since it checks the right
boxes; mainly RWD and a huge V-8. In the old days when you owned a muscle
car and lifted the hood up, the engine was right in your face in all its
glory. Over time it seems auto manufacturers have moved to covering the
engine with plastic pieces. Not so with the new Super Bee; the 6.4 liter
HEMI V-8 stares back at you. The engine makes 470 horsepower and 470 lb-ft. of
torque. It is hard to find a car out there that puts out this much power
for $42k. All the power needs a good transmission, so rather that use the
8-speed ZF automatic transmission that resides in the base model, Dodge put
in a strong 5-speed transmission to handle all the power.
Dodge is trying to tie things together as a brand. The Super Bee has a
crosshair grille. More vehicles from Dodge have this signature feature. At
night the rear LED tail lights really pop. On the inside the Dodge Charger
Super Bee the interior is very plain. That keeps the price down but also
enthusiasts are not interested in all that stuff. The gauges are unique to
the SRT family and the seats have Super Bee trim. About only options on the
2013 Dodge Charger Super Bee SRT8 are the high performance tires and the
paddle shifters which are worth every single penny.
Overall for the money, the Super Bee is a terrific value. No other car
gives you this much power and fun. If you want to have a little fun and
make a little noise, this car is the perfect choice.
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2007 dodge charger srt8 super bee before and after diablo intune 91 tune
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this is a video of some runs using diablos intune with the 91 tune
including a stock run and a modifided tune. the test car is a 2007 dodge
charger srt8 super bee with a 6.1 hemi.. the tires are goodyear f1's and
seem to hood like crazy on these concrete roads! Please rate and sub for
UPDATE :So i was thinking that this car was a little weak on the low end..
i had a hunch it may have been carbon build up causing an issue because the
car was babied like a 90 year old lady owned it.. the intake manifold and
ports were covered in carbon.. looked horrible for only 30k.. plus even in
auto stick in first it would not break traction.. we thought maybe it was
better tires and grippy concrete.. nahh.. it wasn't.. we know that now.. i
told the owner to beat the shit out of the car.. we also added sea foam to
the lowest amount of gas they recommended.. between that and beating on it
for a couple of days the car will now spin like it should and pulls alot
harder.. i mean this video still shows the tuner doing its job but the car
just looks slow as balls.. today its January 17th 2013 i believe friday..
could be the 18th.. but the point is ill be taking the car out Saturday for
a follow up to show the different the seafoam and some good old fashion
throttle did to clean it out.. the owner also had flow master 44's
installed and took the resonators out.. he said that has increased throttle
response also.. well anyway keep an eye out Saturday for a new video plus
some sound of the 44's..
Video from a week later.. sound in frist pull got corrupt.. sorry.
Also we have dave from efispecialties.com come in and tune a bunch of cars
and this one put down 415whp.. not bad for a ported intake Mani and FM
The intake manifold porting on this car is now available through me
directly for $600+shipping and will come standard to accept up to an 87mm
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