SpeedKore Hellephant-Powered 1970 Dodge Charger Decimates a Dyno
If you are reading this, there are times when you are already familiar with Speedcore Highly modified 1970 Dodge charger. Introduced by the company after the sale of SEMA in 2018, it has a completely carbon-fiber body and looks terrific. Initially, the car was powered by a 966-hp supercharged 6.2-liter Diamond V8. But it has since been switched to Dodge’s 1000-hp HelleFont cage engine. It’s amazing on dinosaurs.
Speedcore has released a video attacking its 1970s charger dinosaur post-exchange, giving you an idea of how that supercharged 7.0-liter HelleFont engine actually sounds when in a car. According to an agent, the shop is still adjusting the tone of the engine, but expects to reach 900 horsepower on the rear wheels by the time it is finished. Here is how the engine is fitted to the car:
Usually, cars like this charger get noticed one moment before it is permanently removed. We are pleased that Speedcore is committed to the continued development of this car, even after many years since its inception. It’s unforgettably cool.
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