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  1. Any hot rodder will tell you, there's more to a successful ride than just the engine. It takes a well-matched package of related mechanical components to ensure the power gets to the tarmac over and over again. The post Bringing Up the Rear: How the Demon Driveline Took Shape appeared first on The Official Blog of Dodge. View the full article
  2. The near half pound the open-end lug nuts eliminate is that much less mass the 6.2-liter supercharged HEMI® engine has to set into motion when the drag strip starting light flashes green and the driver releases the Transbrake paddle. The post From Flashing Blue to Flashing Green: How the Dodge Charger Police Car’s Lug Nuts Help the Demon Run Nines appeared first on The Official Blog of Dodge. View the full article
  3. One of the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT® Demon’s most striking visual cues is its massive hood scoop — the largest functional hood scoop opening offered on any production car. The post Feeding 840 Hungry Horses: Re-Imagining the Air-Grabber™ Hood Scoop appeared first on The Official Blog of Dodge. View the full article
  4. For this Demon 50 years later, aluminum material replaces the warp-prone fiberglass, and to appease driver sight-line regulations, the nearly 10-inch height was reduced. But thanks to wind tunnel validation, the end result succeeds in grabbing more air, thus the name: Air-Grabber. The post Feeding 840 Hungry Horses: Re-Imagining the Air-Grabber™ Hood Scoop appeared first on The Official Blog of Dodge. View the full article
  5. With the big Nittos mounted all around, Demon's fender extensions add a hunkered down, ready-to-pounce vibe that is best appreciated in person. And with the front runners installed, owners of Brand X machinery know they'd better run and hide. The post Demon Confidential – A Flare for the Original appeared first on The Official Blog of Dodge. View the full article
  6. With the big Nittos mounted all around, Demon's fender extensions add a hunkered down, ready-to-pounce vibe that is best appreciated in person. And with the front runners installed, owners of Brand X machinery know they'd better run and hide. The post Demon Confidential – A Flare for the Original appeared first on The Official Blog of Dodge. View the full article
  7. With the big Nittos mounted all around, Demon's fender extensions add a hunkered down, ready-to-pounce vibe that is best appreciated in person. And with the front runners installed, owners of Brand X machinery know they'd better run and hide. The post Demon Confidential – A Flare for the Original appeared first on The Official Blog of Dodge. View the full article
  8. "During development we had meetings with Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis every two weeks. He kept pushing us to make Demon ever more potent and capable; it was 'What else can we do, what else can we do?' So one day I just threw it on the table and said, 'Tim, what about doing it as a single seater, that'd chop 54 pounds!' He looked at me, smiled and said 'Let's do it!'" The post Less Is More, Exploring the Demon’s “Monoposto” Interior appeared first on The Official Blog of Dodge. View the full article
  9. "During development we had meetings with Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis every two weeks. He kept pushing us to make Demon ever more potent and capable; it was 'What else can we do, what else can we do?' So one day I just threw it on the table and said, 'Tim, what about doing it as a single seater, that'd chop 54 pounds!' He looked at me, smiled and said 'Let's do it!'" The post Less Is More, Exploring the Demon’s “Monoposto” Interior appeared first on The Official Blog of Dodge. View the full article
  10. "During development we had meetings with Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis every two weeks. He kept pushing us to make Demon ever more potent and capable; it was 'What else can we do, what else can we do?' So one day I just threw it on the table and said, 'Tim, what about doing it as a single seater, that'd chop 54 pounds!' He looked at me, smiled and said 'Let's do it!'" The post Less Is More, Exploring the Demon’s “Monoposto” Interior appeared first on The Official Blog of Dodge. View the full article
  11. As if the 6.2-liter HEMI® V8 powering the SRT® Hellcat wasn't hot enough, to ensure consistent 9-second quarter-mile performance — not occasional visits — the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon packs an 808-horsepower wallop (or 840 with 100-octane racing gas in the tank), low-drag front tires and the all-out computer calibration mode included with the Pre Stage Kit. The post Demon – The SRT® Hellcat’s Big Brother appeared first on The Official Blog of Dodge. View the full article
  12. As if the 6.2-liter HEMI® V8 powering the SRT® Hellcat wasn't hot enough, to ensure consistent 9-second quarter-mile performance — not occasional visits — the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon packs an 808-horsepower wallop (or 840 with 100-octane racing gas in the tank), low-drag front tires and the all-out computer calibration mode included with the Pre Stage Kit. The post Demon – The SRT® Hellcat’s Big Brother appeared first on The Official Blog of Dodge. View the full article
  13. As if the 6.2-liter HEMI® V8 powering the SRT® Hellcat wasn't hot enough, to ensure consistent 9-second quarter-mile performance — not occasional visits — the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon packs an 808-horsepower wallop (or 840 with 100-octane racing gas in the tank), low-drag front tires and the all-out computer calibration mode included with the Pre Stage Kit. The post Demon – The SRT® Hellcat’s Big Brother appeared first on The Official Blog of Dodge. View the full article
  14. Don’t make the rookie mistake of confusing The Dodge Challenger SRT® Demon with the Dodge Challenger LC22R Drag Pak. The post The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT® Demon is NOT a Mopar® LC22R Drag Pak! appeared first on The Official Blog of Dodge. View the full article
  15. Don’t make the rookie mistake of confusing The Dodge Challenger SRT® Demon with the Dodge Challenger LC22R Drag Pak. The post The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT® Demon is NOT a Mopar® LC22R Drag Pak! appeared first on The Official Blog of Dodge. View the full article