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The full Dodge Challenger Demon thread

Discussion in 'Mopar News and Rumors' started by Dave Z, Jan 12, 2017.

  1. fenderbass

    fenderbass Member

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    Pump gas = 757hp
    Race gas = 815hp

    Calling it right now lol
     
  2. Moparian

    Moparian Active Member

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    850hp/815ft/lbs @6500 on race gas
     
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  3. Hellcatbroughtmehere

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    I wish I could solve it. The only thing that I could guess at from the performance pages graph is that it's showing it running 3 gears in the quarter mile with the bottom graph showing a stock hellcats torque in each of the 3 gears and the top graph showing the Demon HP and Torque in each of the 3 gears.

    But I could be in no mans land as I'm not very well versed in dyno graphs. I know just enough to make myself look stupid most of the time haha
     
  4. Hellcatbroughtmehere

    Hellcatbroughtmehere Member

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    I'm an idiot the bottom graph is the rpm in each gear.
     
  5. BobbiBigWheels

    BobbiBigWheels I'm likely at work... Ad-Free Member

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    That Dyno looks do be about 900 HP, with 875ish Torque...?
     
  6. sickboy

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    Biggest hint in the dyno picture is the 3 gears. Clearly a face palm moment in my opinion. All the talk of torque multiplication is aligned with tire video releases so I'd venture to say the 815 may fit in there. The 757 is the real head scratcher, unless it is that limited on pump gas, that's the black key hp, or perhaps it references a standard hellcats power boost.
     
  7. Hellcatbroughtmehere

    Hellcatbroughtmehere Member

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    1121 and 757 I'm not getting the gist of.
     
  8. Hellcatbroughtmehere

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    I also felt like the 2600~ at 35 could be the stall speed on the TC but it seems mighty low for a drag car. And 35 being 35% more grip.

    Does anyone know what the auto hellcats have for a stock stall speed?
     
  9. Max Wedge

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    All your answers are right there... its not that hard to solve...[/QUOTE]
    Thanks had not looked much at one of the photos but confident with one of my guesses now thanks.
     
  10. redriderbob

    redriderbob Mopar Guru! Supporter

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    The graph for the gears is BS. That is the shift pattern for the new ADR package in its drag settings... notice it only uses the three lower gears for drag racing in the quarter mile. Look at the numbers above in the same picture.... even though this picture was Durango SRT it clearly shows HELLCAT dyno net numbers, Demon dyno numbers and the Demon ADR with race gas numbers...
     
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  11. redriderbob

    redriderbob Mopar Guru! Supporter

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    Not quite.. try again
     
  12. BobbiBigWheels

    BobbiBigWheels I'm likely at work... Ad-Free Member

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    That is one looooooong third gear.
     
  13. Max Wedge

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    815 Hp pump gas
    904 Hp race gas

    Guess 1

    736 torque street gas
    857 torque race gas

    Guess 2
     
  14. gwilliams2076

    gwilliams2076 New Member

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    Graph shows around 707 : 815 : 900+ that is
    Hellcat : Demon pump gas : Demon race gas!
     
  15. fenderbass

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    Well after rechecking the graph, these are my thoughts.

    Pump gas:
    815hp
    757 lb/-ft

    Race gas: (based purely on graph)
    900hp
    825 lb/-ft

    I have no idea what the license plate or the vin# tells us. I need to think about them more.