Some lunatic has tuned a Dodge Challenger to 1,000 horsepower, turning the American muscle car into a true drag racer.
Aussie-turned-American auto tuner outfit RDP Performance showed their true drag racing colors when they unveiled their new Dodge Challenger at the Perfromance Racing Industry Show in Orlando last month. The twin-supercharged muscle car is the latest nine second car from the company.
As you can see in both videos the hood has been raised with a section cut out, making the pulley system visible. The custom superchargers are mounted to a Hemi with the piston stroke increased, producing 1,000 horsepower in total.
The two nitrous kits do not hurt, either. But to keep the car from hurting you, a chrome roll cage and racing seatbelts have been added. As you can hear in the video, the custom exhaust and mufflers gives the car a pretty distinct sound.
Customers can inquire about the RDP Performance Dodge Challenger by contacting them through their web site.