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Dodge Demon hints...

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

  1. golden_commando

    golden_commando New Member

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    Body Video: License plate(#2576@35)
    this could be the size of the supercharger and the boost as said before
    Third law video: (13.5 = 575 @ 500)
    ok i think this 575 is the lift of the cam
    Wallpaper/Pictures: The vin plate said (757) and (01121) Tire pic showed (815) instead of 315 for the tire size
    Performance page video: (757) came up again as the time
    815 is the hp(maybe in kw but that would be too much) and 757 could be the torque or maybe the flow of the injectors
    Pills video: (3.9+ 221=405)
    again 221 could be the new valve duration at .050 3.9 could be new thottle body size
     
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  2. Bruce Wayne

    Bruce Wayne Present Hellcat, Future Demon Owner. MOPAR Level III Supporter

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    Thanks bro. I think this one is possibly a T/A given the white face gauges another user alerted me to earlier. Steering wheel had SRT on it though, probably just the airbag overlay swapped.
     
  3. Mallard

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    This wasn't intended to be a debate about if Koenigsegg qualifies as a production car. Dunno said the Demon will have so much power that others will tuck their tails and run, and that if we had a Demon powered Viper Koenigsegg would have to watch out. This was strictly about HP numbers. Koenigsegg's 1360HP is a lofty number to shoot for.

    Not that it matters much, but Koenigsegg's V8 started life as a Ford Racing crate motor. It's since been completely modified but retains many of the dimensions.
     
  4. jam1

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  5. Dave Z

    Dave Z It's me, Dave Staff Member Supporter

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    Disclaimer: I have seen NONE of the embargoed information.

    Guess: There’s more than one horsepower number.
     
  6. Muther

    Muther Active Member

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    Inquiry...

    Are they going to make the Demon engine available for purchase without the rest of the Demon Challenger around it?

    Disclaimer: I have not seen this talked about in this thread, but admittedly, in 133 pages of comments, I coulda missed it?
     
  7. dakota21

    dakota21 Member Supporter

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    I hope so. Stick it in a '69 Roadrunner and create the ultimate deathtrap! :D
     
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  8. 73chargerse

    73chargerse Member

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    Nah, make it real interesting and throw it in a 73ish Dart Demon.
     
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  9. redriderbob

    redriderbob Mopar Guru! Supporter

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    No. There is no information about this powertrain going in any other vehicle.
     
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  10. Muther

    Muther Active Member

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    I shoulda been more clear. I knew that t was only going in the ChallDemon, I was wondering if they were going to sell just the engine
     
  11. redriderbob

    redriderbob Mopar Guru! Supporter

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    No, it won't be offered as a crate as of the moment.
     
  12. MoparDanno

    MoparDanno Active Member Level III Supporter

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    True, it depends on which one you pick, but the K's aren't known for their downforce, so massive cornering ability at speed is NOT their forte.....
     
  13. MoparDanno

    MoparDanno Active Member Level III Supporter

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    We haven't seen the Hellcats offered that way from the factory, yet, so I wouldn't hold out a ton of hope for the Demon.
     
  14. Mallard

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    Maybe not in the original Top Gear shoot, but the Agera RS makes 1000lbs, and the One:1 makes 1350 lbs at 160mph and 1800 lbs at 273 mph. It also has a lot of active aero under the car, and the rear wing is active too.
     
  15. MoparDanno

    MoparDanno Active Member Level III Supporter

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    VS the ACR's 1200 at 80 mph or whatever it is.

    Anyway, the point I was making is that like it or not a Viper ACR mops the track with most hyper-cars, and adding even more amounts of ludicrous power to it, would just put it that much further ahead of the competition at the checkered stripe.
     
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