Carbon-Bodied Dodge Demon With 1,203-HP Twin-Turbo V-Eight Is Devil's Favourite Experience

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Bored with studying about what Tesla is as much as or what number of miles per gallon the world’s latest plug-in hybrid can obtain? We have got you lined. Behold this twin-turbocharged Dodge Demon that is so stupidly loud and highly effective, the engine noise alone may get up the useless.

It is referred to as the Speedkore Demon, and as we beforehand shared with you, it stole the hearts and wallets of muscle automotive aficionados on the 2018 SEMA present. Whereas a earlier video by Speedkore confirmed us the Demon’s carbon fiber physique and different goodies being developed, a brand new video not too long ago launched by That Racing Channel reveals the dangerous boy getting manhandled by NHRA star and all-around badass Leah Pritchett.

Underneath the hood of the amped-up Demon is identical supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi V-Eight discovered within the inventory mannequin, however it’s had two 7675 Precision turbocharges bolted on, along with a beefier torque converter, a carbon fiber driveshaft, and a rear-differential brace to verify the general bundle does not go kaput as a result of added horsepower. And talking of horsepower, this roll-caged trip places out an insane 1,203 horsepower on the rear wheels.

Whereas the specs are downright spectacular, it is the sound and the visible show of pace which are essentially the most noteworthy traits of this video. The rocket-like thrust that the Demon produces after banging on the rev limiter for a number of seconds really appears otherworldly, and it reminds us simply how violent it felt to launch a inventory Demon—not to mention one with a light-weight carbon fiber physique.

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