Dodge Super Charger first received a 1000-hp engine HellephantOctober 31, 2018
Mopar introduced a new 7.0-liter “box” engine
The Mopar division of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) presented a Dodge Super Charger restomod on the SEMA show, equipped with the new Hellephant box engine. A 7.0-liter unit with a fully aluminum block and a driven supercharger produces 1014 horsepower and 1288 Nm of torque.
The engine, the full name of which is 426 Supercharged Mopar Crate HEMI, is assembled on the basis of 6.2 V8 Hellcat. By increasing the diameter of the cylinders and the stroke of the pistons, its working capacity was increased to seven liters. The aluminum block was borrowed from the Dreg Challenger Drag Pak. The unit will receive forged pistons, a camshaft with a higher cam profile, a new compressor and a gas distribution mechanism from the G-8, previously installed on the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.
The new “box” engine is offered complete with a water pump, flywheel, oil pan, fuel injectors and a supercharger with a throttle body. Hellephant is designed for installation on passenger cars and SUVs, released before 1976.
The prototype of the Dodge Super Charger first equipped with a new engine. The car received expanded wheel arches made of fiberglass, 20-inch front wheels from the Challenger SRT Hellcat (21-inch rear mounted), lowered suspension (63.5 mm front, 88.9 rear) and Brembo brake mechanisms with six-piston calipers.
Details of body kit maslkar made in the style of modern models: Demon and Charger R / T. Exhaust pipes located on the site of the rear lights, taken from the crossover Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio. They are framed by LED brake lights. Inside the Super Charger came the steering wheel and seats from the Dodge Viper, the full range of Mopar instruments, the gearshift lever from the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and the rollcage.
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