Sunday, May 7, 2017

Dodge Ready to Present 'Demon' Fastest

Dodge Ready to Present 'Demon' Fastest
Dodge Challenger SRT Demon claimed to be a legal drag race car to be on the highway.
Dodge automotive manufacturers re-released new super muscle vehicles. Through the New York Auto Show 2017, the manufacturer introduced the fastest muscle car, the Dodge Challanger SRT Demon.

As quoted from Carscoops, the manufacturer from the United States claims that the muscle car type sedan that is the fastest, even faster than its predecessor, Dodge Challanger Hellcat.

Dodge Challanger Hellcat VS Dodge Challanger SRT Demon, After taking a series of modifications to the Demon, using a V8 6,200 liter engine, the resulting power is 840 hp. As for Hellcat only 707 hp.

Increased power, no after the manufacturer changed some related supercharger installations of 2.7 liters, increased the pressure from 11.6 psi to 14.5 psi, new pistons, valves and two dual stage fuel pump. Upgrades on the engine are also included in lifting the rev limit, from 6,200 rpm to 6,500 rpm and some other changes.

Although super-powered, Demon can still use fuel with octane 90's. Unlike premium vehicles in general, which require the owner to include octopus fuel above 100. For convenience, manufacturers set up a button for choice as a driving mode.

The engine is again enhanced by integrating it with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Includes upgraded torque convertibles that provide an 18 percent increase, with transbrake. The system will lock the transmission shaft and hold the Demon, up to a speed of 2,350 rpm to complete the launch.

Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Drag Race Tire
Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Present With Drag Race Tire
Demon does have a lighter weight than Hellcat, or 200 pounds lighter. This is after the manufacturers cut some of the interior, such as front and rear passenger seats and various other features, including the audio system.

Speaking of price, Dodge has not officially announced it. However, initial production is planned for the United States of 3000 units and 300 units in Canada.

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