Speedkore built carbon Dodge Charger with the engine from the DemonOctober 30, 2018
Musclecar called Evolution debuts on the show SEMA
Tuning studio Speedkore from Wisconsin has prepared Evolution Musclecar for the SEMA show, which looks like a 1970 Dodge Charger. The car is built around an individually designed frame with carbon fiber body panels and is equipped with a compressor engine from the extreme Challenger SRT Demon.
Employees of Speedkore designed a custom chassis for a car on a steel ladder-type frame with an aluminum floor. Body panels are predominantly made of carbon fiber, some of which were machined from solid aluminum blanks. The torsional rigidity of the body was increased due to the integrated safety cage.
Under the hood, Evolution installed a 6.2-liter V8 engine with a driven supercharger, replacing it with a drive pulley, fuel injectors and providing a lubrication system with a dry crankcase, and special intake and exhaust manifolds. After the modifications, the recoil of the engine, coupled with the six-speed manual transmission of the Tremec T-56, increased from 850 to 979 horsepower.
Muscle-car equipped with adjustable height and stiffness shock-absorbing struts, forged wheels HRE and Brembo brakes with six-piston calipers in front and four-piston rear.
In 2015, Speedkore built a hardcore Dodge Charger, called the Tantrum. Coupe equipped with a 9.0-liter twin-turbo V8 production of Mercury Marine, originally intended for racing boats. The impact of the unit was 1673 horsepower.
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