2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat - 707 HP

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Technology has become so advanced you can drive a reliable 707hp car and get 20mpg... All for $60k.

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Should have got that over my 2500 Ram.
 

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11.3 ET with 700 horse? shows her weight a lot there lol still an amazing car no question there though
 

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I'd take one in a hearbeat. One of the last muscle cars around.. Mustangs are pony cars sorry ladies
 

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Lol and so were camaros and they were all made to go against each other youngster ... Challengers and cudas as well ..... The bigger boats chargers , road runners Chevelles and shit are more muscle carish
 

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11.3 ET with 700 horse? shows her weight a lot there lol still an amazing car no question there though
Traction issues mostly with stock tires (all of 275 wide on the Hellcat), same as the GT500. Runs high tens on DRs (picks up .4 to a 10.8 from a 11.2, but only gains one MPH) with no other mods, just like the GT500 picks up a bunch with better tires.
 

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I went to the "SRT Experience" earlier this year, we spent an entire day of back to back events with SRT's that were not modified in any way, we pushed these cars to their limits and not a single failure

That alone made me happy with my SRT purchase
 

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Traction issues mostly with stock tires (all of 275 wide on the Hellcat), same as the GT500. Runs high tens on DRs (picks up .4 to a 10.8 from a 11.2, but only gains one MPH) with no other mods, just like the GT500 picks up a bunch with better tires.
I'll buy 1 with a set of drags and slap tints on it and call it a day, it's nasty
 

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I'm a fan of the looks of these cars but we all know how Chrysler pumped up the numbers on this car. I'd be interested in some road test vs gt500 and others.
 

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I would drive one, kids your going to Community College....
 

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I read a review on this by Top Gear that said it handles and brakes pretty well too... and it's only 500 pounds more than the Mustang people... Everyone talks like its literally a ton more.
 

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I read a review on this by Top Gear that said it handles and brakes pretty well too... and it's only 500 pounds more than the Mustang people... Everyone talks like its literally a ton more.
umm 500lbs is a lot. Especially when in drag racing every 100lbs comes out to "about" a tenth of a second. So thats roughly half a second slower than a comparable car thats 500lbs lighter.
 

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Just read motor trends testing of the hellcat on the dyno it ran 635hp 591lb-ft. It also over sped the dyno at 225 mph.
 

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