What is the Dodge drag pack?

What is the Dodge drag pack?

The Drag Pak Challenger is a turnkey package with suspension and chassis upgrades for NHRA and NMCA competition. It will feature a supercharged 354-cid Hemi V-8 engine and an all-new SFI-certified roll cage for elapsed times as low as 7.50 seconds in the quarter-mile.

Is the Dodge Drag Pak a production car?

The 52nd annual NHRA Gatornationals marked the debut of the 2021 Dodge Challenger Mopar® Drag Pak. Piloting this new, factory built race car on its NHRA debut was none-other than 2018 Factory Stock Showdown World Champion Leah Pruett.

How fast is the Dodge Challenger Drag Pak?

The trap speeds of 170 mph barrelling down the strip are the stuff Dodge is made of. With Mopar fixing this concept vehicle with an augmented SRT hood complete with scoop and air extractors, this is a sleek, speedster that can’t wait to blow the competition away.

What engine is in the Challenger Drag Pak?

HEMI® V8 engine
Underneath the hood of the 2021 Dodge Challenger Mopar Drag Pak model is a supercharged 354 cubic-inch Gen-III HEMI® V8 engine and a long list of performance features.

Is Dodge Drag Pak street legal?

All 2021 Drag Pak vehicles are not street legal, do not have a VIN and are for track use only. All orders include the Base Drag Pak, your choice of performance seat kit, choice of wheel and tire kit and optional high-impact color and heritage graphics.

How much is a 2020 Dodge drag pack?

Fifty lucky racers will get a crack at owning and campaigning this turnkey race car, built to sportsman-class specs and sold ready to test, tune, and race. The price hasn’t been announced yet, but expect it to fall a bit north of $100,000.

Is Challenger Drag Pak street legal?

The 2021 Dodge Challenger Mopar Drag Pak is not a street legal car, does not have a VIN number, and is designed for the track use only.

What’s the fastest Mopar?

Dodge officially launches its 2020 Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody on Thursday, calling it the “most powerful and fastest mass-produced sedan in the world.” Dodge says its latest muscle car can hit 60 in just 3.6 seconds and top out at 196 mph.

What is a Dodge Demon?

Ah, the Dodge Demon; star of episode four of all-new TG TV. It’s an unhinged, drag-racing ultra-muscle-car that spanks the bonkers 707bhp Dodge Hellcat into second class citizenship of Muscle Car world. The Demon is the work of Dodge’s most hardcore guys who are car enthusiasts of the highest order.

How much HP does drag pack have?

The 2021 Challenger Mopar Drag Pak Is 630 HP of Supercharged Quarter-Mile Fury. With a starting price of $143,485, it’s also the most expensive Challenger ever. Dodge announced today a new factory drag-racing car based on the Challenger coupe.

How fast is a quarter mile in 8 seconds?

Accelerating at 1.28g (41.25 ft/s2) for 8 seconds will get you to exactly a quarter mile.

How much does a Dodge Challenger Drag Pak cost?

Dodge announced today a new factory drag-racing car based on the Challenger coupe. The 2021 Challenger Mopar Drag Pak is a turnkey track-only dragster built to dominate the quarter-mile, with bespoke drivetrain, chassis, suspension, and safety equipment, priced from $143,485.

What makes a buyer’s Challenger a drag car?

Buyers get a choice of Racetech composite racing seats and HANS-compatible, FIA- and SFI-compliant camlock racing harnesses. The seats and pedals have adjustable mounts and the car comes with a quick-release steering wheel. There’s also a mechanical floor shifter made for drag racing. Even the carpeting weighs less than the regular Challenger’s.

What is the Dodge Mopar Drag Pak?

The Mopar Drag Pak is a turn-key package for sportsman drag racers competing in National Hot Rod Association and National Muscle Car Association events. You order the car, and Dodge gives you a ready-to-race package.

What kind of roll cage does a Drag Pak have?

The 2021 Drag Pak features an all-new roll cage made from TIG-welded 4130 chromoly tubing fabricated to SFI Specification 25.5C (NHRA-certified 7.50-second ET). The cage is integrated with the factory unibody through attachment points at the front and rear shock towers, B-pillars, vehicle floor, and rocker panels.


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