SpeedFactory brings supercharged 440 Hemi-powered Challenger to SEMA with aluminum engine | Rpmgo.com

In case you want even more power from your Dodge Challenger and to make it more exclusive, then the guys at SpeedFactory have the best thing for you, as they will introduce a special Challenger this year at the SEMA show which boasts an aluminum engine capable of producing 700 HP.

The engine in question is a 6.1 liter (370 cubic inch) unit, straight from Mopar, which has been upgaded to a capacity of 7.2-liters or 440 cubic inch. As such, it will develop 515kW (700 HP) if you fuel it with 91 octane gas.

Other changes have been made to the outside of the car, which now sits on 20-inch BBS Black Edition CH-R wheels, wrapped in Bridgestone R Compound tires who will allow air to cool the 15-inch front disc Brembo brakes. Also, the team added enhanced performance springs to the suspension, sway barsa and a stainless steel cat black exhaust from Corsa.

Adding to the exclusivity will be a special carbon fiber bonnet, a matte finish, a carbon fiber rear spoiler, and of course custom SpeedFactory badges, graphics, which continue on to the inside, filling it with floor mats, and logos of the tuner.

Keep your eyes peeled for this model and many others at the SEMA Show which will kick off next week.

Source: WorldCarFans

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