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SpeedFactory to show supercharged 440 Challenger

by David Zatz on

Modern muscle car builder SpeedFactory will introduce the first modern supercharged, all-aluminum, 440 Hemi-powered Dodge Challenger at the upcoming SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, Nov 3-6, 2009 (booth 43127).

The SpeedFactory prepared 2009 SRT8 Challenger is powered by a bored and stroked 6.1L Hemi Mopar aluminum block, increasing the displacement to 440 cu. in. (7.2 liters). It includes CNC ported Mopar aluminum heads and a completely forged rotating assembly. A Vortec V3 centrifugal supercharger boosts the output of this reliable, modern Mopar power plant to 700HP on premium-grade 91 octane pump fuel. So now there IS a 440 Hemi.

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Modifications include Mopar Performance NAG 1 transmission, Mopar Performance fuel rails, Moroso coolant tank and oil pan, Getrag IRS with 1000 HP half-shafts, Corsa stainless steel cat back exhaust system, performance springs, sway bars, and additional strut tower braces, 15” Brembo 6 piston front disc brakes and Bridgestone R Compound tires mounted on 20” BBS Black Edition CH-R flow-formed wheels.

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SpeedFactory’s Signature interior package includes logo-embossed seat backs, matching door panel stripe with logo, custom floor mats, Mopar door sills and T-handle shifter. Visually, the exterior of the car has also been enhanced with a race-inspired, matte-finish, full carbon fiber hood and rear deck spoiler, as well as SpeedFactory Signature badging and graphics.

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