135802 / 2008 Dodge Challenger SRT-8

This surly Challenger takes all the torque-rich goodness of one of Dodge’s preeminent pavement pounders and throws in custom tuning, a big Techco supercharger and custom DuPont ChromaPremier paint. If you’re looking to pick up a modern, hassle-free hot rod that mixes cool technology with killer performance, here’s your nouveau classic! Beginning life at Chrysler’s excellent Brampton manufacturing facility, this Challenger has roamed a mere 9,758 miles of clean blacktop under the guidance of just two owners. Pull the car under the lights and you’ll find custom DuPont ChromaPremier 2-stage that reflects as Hemi Orange, Black and Pepper Gray pigment. Under the hood, Chrysler’s 6.1 liter Hemi utilizes a revised block, a forged crank, lighter pistons, strengthened connecting rods, new oil jets, variable cam timing and increased flow heads to turn impressive 10.3 to 1 compression into 425 horsepower and 420 lb./ft. of torque. That said, more is always better, right? So, in 2008 when this Chally had rolled a mere 60 miles, G-Tech Cars & Engineering installed a 3.0 liter Techco supercharger that whips that 3G elephant to an incredible 622 rear-wheel horsepower! And if more still isn’t enough, that blower can carry this Dodge all the way to 700 rear-wheel horsepower with the help of high-octane race fuel. The brutal Hemi commands five forward gears through a proven W5A580 automatic. That transmission twists a requisite limited-slip differential around friendly, 3.06 gears. There’s an SRT-tuned chassis that’s fronted by variable-ratio power steering. Braking comes courtesy of Brembo 4-piston calipers, which clamp 14-inch, slotted rotors. And at the corners, chromed SRT blades spin 245/45ZR20 Goodyear Eagle F1s in front of 255/45ZR20 Goodyear Eagle F1s. Wrapping 622 rear-wheel horsepower in sizzling aesthetics, this incredible MoPar is the perfect car for any enthusiast who wants to hit the hobby rolling. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information!


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