World Cup Finals Import vs. Domestic – 2500HP Turbo Challenger Redeye

November 24th, 2021

This video takes us to Maryland for the Haltech World Cup Finals. Featured is a Dodge Challenger Redeye unlike any that you have ever seen.

The underhood of this Mopar looks amazing. There’s billet everywhere! It’s a High Horse Performance BES Racing built 7.0-liter HEMI with a pair of Garrett 79-millimeter turbochargers (the factory Redeye setup is supercharged). The exhaust configuration on this car is extraordinary. The individual header pipes exit through the top of the front fenders. Under maximum boost (40 psi), this beast can churn out 2,500hp. Today, the Dodge is set on 24-25 psi of boost, and it weighs in at a robust 4,200-pounds (with carbon fiber doors and roof). The owner has plans to further reduce the weight of the car in the near future, but right now it’s a hot-blooded street machine. Let’s see what it can do on the track.

The team starts the day with a qualifying run of 8.55-seconds @ 159.89 mph. That’s a pretty good beginning.

Day Three nets a first pass of 8.07-seconds @ 168 mph for the Redeye. That’s good enough to put the car near the front of the field and into Round Two.

Round Two pits the Challenger against a Honda Civic that is the number one qualifier with a 7.93. This should be a good one.

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