Today we have a collection of drag races between the most powerful V8 production car ever produced in the world, the Dodge Demon, and a collection of classic Mopar’s. If you are a muscle car enthusiast, especially if you belong to the old school or you own a modern Mopar muscle car. Here we have a perfect video for you, down below.
The Dodge Demon has a Supercharged 370 cubic-inch SRT HEMI Demon small-block V8 engine. The 2.7-liter supercharger generates 14.5 pounds of boost and produces 840 horsepower and 770 lb. -ft. of torque. The engine is attached by a Torque-Flight 8HP90 8-speed transmission. Factory equipped with street-legal Nitto NT05R drag radials.
The contenders belonging to the old school Mopar’s are ’70 Roadrunner, ‘68 Roadrunner, ’68 GTX, ’68 Charger, ’73 Challenger, and ’72 Hemi Cuda. All of these classic Mopar muscle cars are modified in some way and produce a lot more horsepower than they originally have.
This video shows, the 50 years difference between some of the most successful models in American automotive history, and the most powerful modern Mopar ever produced. That is a difference in engine power, technology, and experience. Actually, who is better at the drag strip, find out in the video below. Enjoy!