And another Hellcat engine that has a four-digit horsepower! After tuners like that SpeedKore Performance Group, Hennessey & Co. have impressively proven that you can help the 6,2l V8 Hemi engine with supercharging to generate 1.000+ PS at any time, now Tuner came as well Mopar into the temptation. The engine, which is causing a sensation in various Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep models, is now becoming a hellish elephant called "Hellephant". Mopar drills the aluminum V8 to 7 liter displacement (Cylinder bore 4,0 inches, stroke 4,125 inches) and, in combination with an improved compressor, increases the power to 1.000 PS & 1.290 NM torque. And the name Hellephant is no coincidence.
a driving legend with 1.000 PS
He plays skillfully on an engine legend of the sixties. Specifically, it is the "Elephant" baptized Big Block from the year 1964 which was intended as a pure racing version for NASCAR races. He also had 7 l displacement and Chrysler brought him for example in the Cuda or Charger as Street Hemi on the market. Currently the case is a Restomod Dodge Super Charger from the year 1968 which could not stand better. Coupled is the mad engine to a T-6060 manual transmission from the current Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and still the power falls exclusively on the rear wheels. The look of the vehicle is extremely clean and only the hood made of fiberglass with powerful air scoop stands out slightly.
the body is unfortunately a unique piece
The door handles have been completely removed and the front exhibitor windows can no longer be seen. Incidentally, the wheelbase was lengthened from 2.972 to 3.023 millimeters, the front overhang was reduced and a front splitter from the Dodge Demon was installed. In our opinion, the absolute highlight is at the rear. The 5-inch stove pipes of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio were installed here and completely integrated into the taillights. A breathtaking look that we have never seen before. Furthermore, the classic pop-up headlights have been thrown out and replaced by the normal ones from the current Challenger and the Plymouth Duster rear-view mirrors from 1971 are an homage to bygone days. But at least the engine will by no means remain a one-off.
the engine will be available soon
Mopar would like to sell the hellfant as a "crate engine" and thus offers the opportunity to equip your very own tuning project with this engine. If you order such an engine, the compressor, the injection system, the water pump, the flywheel, the ignition system and the engine control system, including the installation kit and the necessary CAN bus interface, are included. Incidentally, the “Super Charger Concept” is more than just a modern engine in an old body. The full-fledged Restomod project has, for example, a huge brake system and chic Hellcat forged wheels in 20 inches on the front axle and 21 inches at the rear.
The dreamlike body was also painted in metallic dark gray and the interior is also a highlight. There are lots of parts from the current Dodge Challenger SRT and we even see components from the last Dodge Viper. A fantastic project that we will hopefully see at other exhibitions and in real action. We are curious ... If we receive more information in a timely manner, there is of course as always an update for this report. It is best to subscribe to our feed and if there is something new you will get in touch immediately. We wish you a lot of fun watching the pictures.
The 1,000 Horsepower Hellephant 426 Hemi Charger at SEMA from Mopar moves off stage
Posted by Mopar Muscle Magazine on Wednesday, 31. October 2018
Here are the details for the 68er Charger:
- Base: Dodge Super Charger from the year 1968
- Name: "Hellephant" Super Charger concept car
- reamed Hellcat engine with 7 liter displacement and 1.000 PS & 1.290 Newton meters of torque (cylinder bore 4,0 inches, stroke 4,125 inches, block made of aluminum, improved compressor)
- T-6060 manual transmission of the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat
- Fiberglass hood with air scoop, door handles removed, front vent windows removed, wheelbase extended from 2.972 to 3.023 millimeters
- Alfa Romeo Stelvio tailpipes integrated into the taillights
- Six-piston Brembo brake system
- Hellcat rims front 20 inches and rear 21 inches
- Interior with parts from the Dodge Challenger SRT and the Dodge Viper
- Fenders made of fiberglass
- Front splitter from the Dodge Demon
- Rear spoiler of the current Charger R / T
- Headlight from the new Challenger
- Exterior mirrors from the Plymouth Duster 1971
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Dodge Charger with extreme 1000 PS engine from Mopar
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