Old School Drag Racing – 1971 HEMI Dodge Charger vs 1967 Chevrolet Impala SS

June 15th, 2021

This video takes us back to an era when cars were big and beautiful, and engines were larger than life. Featured are a pair of old school classics that struck fear in the heart of the competition for decades. The HEMI powered Charger is so ugly that it’s cute and the Impala has the classic lines of an automotive work of art. The bone stock 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee is outfitted with a 426 cubic-inch HEMI engine and a four-barrel carb. The transmission is a 3-speed automatic, and the rear end has a 4.10:1 final drive gear ratio. The Read More

Dodge Challenger SRT Ghoul – 1000HP Hellephant Dyno Certification

June 2nd, 2021

Lacking the prettiest name in automotive marketing, the Dodge Challenger SRT Ghoul makes it bones on the dragstrip. This American masterpiece is everything that a muscle car should be – low, wide and menacing. Let’s have a closer look at what makes this monster tick. At the heart of this beast is an all-aluminum (block and heads) 426 cubic-inch HEMI engine. The block is cast aluminum with 4-bolt powder metal main caps. The crankshaft and connecting rods are forged, as are the (aluminum) pistons. The aluminum cylinder heads are of hemispherical design with 54mm intake valves and 42mm exhaust valves. Read More

World’s Fastest Dodge Viper – Six-Second Quarter-Mile

May 26th, 2021

After driving his Dodge Viper 244.43 mph in the half-mile, 18-year old Milan Patel showed up at the Maryland International Raceway and put on a drag racing extravaganza! His Gen II Viper has posted a best quarter-mile time of 6.96-seconds @ 215 mph. That’s a World Record set by Sal Patel (who is Milan’s dad) in 2012. We are looking for more great things from this video. Sal’s Viper is an incredible example of speed and power. It is equipped with a stock (block) 8.4-liter V10 engine that has been enhanced with a pair of Garrett Gen II GTX 88 Read More

2017 Dodge Viper ACR Extreme – Track Attack

May 22nd, 2021

Everyone knows that the Dodge Viper ACR is one of the most capable track cars ever produced. A lesser-known fact is that the 2017 Dodge Viper ACR has more than doubled in value since its inception. That makes it not only fun to drive but also a rock-solid investment (assuming you can keep the shiny side up). Let’s delve a bit deeper into this legendary road course monster as the guys from Throttle House take to the track for some fun. This Viper ACR is equipped with the Extreme Aerodynamic/Downforce Package. This feature makes the Viper incredibly aerodynamic and adds Read More

900HP Dodge Challenger Drag Pack with V10 Viper Engine

April 10th, 2021

Obnoxiously loud. Not street legal. Now, you have my undivided attention. Let’s head out to Fusion Luxury Motors to get a look at a special car. This predecessor to the Hellcat is packing plenty of punch – from the factory. Manufactured in 2011, this special build Dodge Challenger Drag Pack car is a race only prototype. It features a massive 8.4-liter V10 SRT Viper engine. The big V10 was rated at 600hp in the Dodge Viper. No factory specs were officially released for the Challenger Drag Pack, but with racing headers – and other assorted performance goodies – it’s estimated Read More

700HP 1965 Dodge Coronet – Old School Drag Car

March 31st, 2021

When you happen to hear the term “old school” thrown around – as it pertains to drag racing – this is what they are talking about. The vehicle featured in this video represents everything that was good and proper about old school hot rodding and drag/street racing. Take a look. First things first: the car is a 1965 Dodge Coronet 440. Yes, it is a HEMI, and it has plenty of cubic inches and makes an abundance of power. The naturally aspirated (N/A) engine is actually a Mopar Performance 472 cubic-inch HEMI. It has had “a little work” done to Read More

Modified Ford Lightning Pickup vs Dodge Demon – Track Digs

March 23rd, 2021

So, this modified Ford F-150 Lightning pickup has got a thing for this Dodge Demon. He wants a piece of him and has called him out on the dragstrip. It’s about to get down. The Gen II Ford Lightning was a factory performance machine equipped with a supercharged 5.4-liter motor. It could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 5.4-seconds. In stock trim the Lightning made only 380hp and 340 lb.-ft. of torque. The Lightning pickup featured in this video has been modified for the sole purpose of drag and street racing. He’ll have his hands full with the Dodge Read More

Compton Speedway – Hellcat Redeye vs Twin Turbo 300Z

March 18th, 2021

Here we are back at the Compton Speedway. With the extreme buildup of rubber on the surface, this strip of public thoroughfare more closely resembles a dragstrip. Nevertheless, street racers gather here on a nightly basis to duke it out for cash money. As if the racing were not entertaining enough, the posturing and trash talking can be very boistrous. Other times, it results in violence and that is just sad. Should be all about the racing. Tonight, we have a good one on hand. A twin turbocharged (V8 swapped) Datsun Z-Car is taking on a Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye Read More

Close Race – Challenger Hellcat Redeye vs. 2020 Toyota Supra

February 2nd, 2021

What’s better than a street race (in Mexico, of course)? A close street race that pits two nearly equal participants in a nail-biting contest of speed and guts. That’s what we have here; two cars that are very evenly matched. One is bone stock (except for tires) and the other is minimally modified with only a cat-less downpipe. Without further ado, let’s get down to where the rubber meets the road. The big Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye features a 6.2-liter HEMI engine with a massive supercharger on top. Despite the fact that the rear-wheel drive Challenger Hellcat Redeye has Read More

Turbo Mustang 5.0 vs. Charger Hellcat – Daytime Street Hits

January 27th, 2021

Shedding a little light on the subject of roll racing, these street racers escape the cloak of darkness – frequently associated with such endeavors – and let it all hang out during daylight hours. Competitors include a blown (from the factory) Dodge Charger Hellcat and a turbocharged (aftermarket) S197 (2004-2014) Ford Mustang 5.0. The Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is widely recognized as the most powerful domestic sedan ever mass produced. The downside of the Charger Hellcat is that it is quite heavy at 5,500-pounds. Providing forward momentum for this portly kitty is a supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI V8 engine mated to Read More

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