2010 Dodge Challenger 1320 Street Pak Drag Race Exclusive

HOTROD Magazine Editor Rob Kinnan is the first to make a drag pass in the 2010 Dodge Challenger 1320 Street Pak concept car. Rob pounds the car through several runs to find out what kind of numbers it puts up. This video is a must watch for muscle car fans...there's lots of tire smokin' goodness, a built 426 all aluminum HEMI cranking out 556 horsepower, open Exhaust and it's all wrapped in new Challenger sheet metal painted in semi-flat black and yellow.

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Dynatrac Pro60 IRS Rear Axle - Tested on the Mopar Underground 1320 SRT Dodge Challenger
Come visit us at: http://www.WAYALIFE.com If you have a 2008 or newer SRT Challenger and are looking for a way to beef up its rear end so you can put all the power it provides on the ground, a Dynatrac Pro60 IRS Rear Axle is what you need. In this video, you'll get to see Jim McGean, the owner of Dynatrac out on the track and punishing this rear axle which was installed on the Mopar Underground concept designed Dodge 1320 Challenger. This car is equipped with a prototype 426 all aluminum HEMI engine from SRT and puts out over 650 horse power. To help take the abuse, the Pro60 is built with 35 spline half shafts, 35 spline output shafts, specially prepared SRT wheel bearing assemblies and comes standard with 4.10 gears.





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134112 / 2009 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/c4nlzdc Number 76 of just 100 Challenger Drag Paks built for the 2009 model year, this stripped down ready-to-build car hearkens back to the days of factory-backed Super Stock racing. Regardless if you're interested in preserving rare and exclusive Mopar metal or building your own Hemi-powered racer, this 2009 Challenger Drag Pak offers the perfect starting point. Dressed in a coat of Stone White, all the car's familiar lines are in place and the untouched factory body remains laser straight. It's a regular shell, not some exotic composite body, and the doors open and shut like any other car. Only the lift-off hood with its impressive hood scoop hints there is anything unique going on. Lift the lightweight hood off of this Challenger and a familiar sight comes into view -- a 6.1L Hemi. . Naturally, this isn't quite a production engine. Inside the cast iron block, a forged steel crankshaft works with forged steel rods, forged 12:1 pistons, and a hydraulic roller cam to build a rock solid foundation. At the top, aluminum heads frame a high ram EFI intake manifold with a four-barrel throttle body. Chrysler literature included in the sale lists the engine at 385hp but, with this type of car, that number is little more than a baseline. Take a look under the Challenger and you'll find an equally blank canvas waiting to be filled in. Underneath the engine, a specially modified K-member features a drop-out cross member for added accessibility. A manual rack and pinion steering setup offers control over the front wheels while lightweight race-only front brake provide the stopping power. Behind the engine, a T56 six-speed manual has been bolted up with the bright yellow shipping support still in place beneath. From the transmission back, the drivetrain becomes a choose-your-own-adventure scenario. Inside, the car offers a stripped down interior. The front and rear glass is glued into place for easy removal when it's time to put the roll cage in. At the side, polycarbonate pieces replace OEM glass. A single piece of carpet covers the front half of the floor beneath lightweight Viper seats. The stock dash is in place but features little more than a few gauges and a Dodge-branded switch panel. Behind the seats, a fully stripped trunk is covered by a cable-operated trunk release. Other weight saving measures include the deletion of the HVAC system, windshield wiper assembly, airbags, rear seats, power steering system, Exhaust system, cross-car and side impact beams, rear bumper beam and rear deck lid spoiler. As a product of the Drag Program, the car also lacks a VIN so it can never be registered as a road going vehicle. This is not a street (or even streetable) car. If you're not planning on going racing or preserving it as-is, we've got some great alternatives that will get you on the road a whole lot sooner. If you're ready to dominate the drag strip like the legends of yesteryear, it's hard to imagine a better starting point. Call, click or visit http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more information on the 2009 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak.




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