Speedkore has made its name for itself by replacing steel, aluminum and fiberglass carbon fiber panels, especially on cars from the current Ford Mustang and the Dodge Challenger SRT demon to the Dodge Charger 1970 and the Plimouth Barracude.
If there is something for which the demon must apologize, it is its weight, which is about 2 1/4 tons in the stock configuration (slightly less if you choose to give up passenger seats, carpet racks or other sweets). It does not appear that wearing all this would be detrimental to straightforward performances; We've all heard incredible figures before: 0-60 in less than three seconds, while a quarter of a mile is well below ten seconds. It's impressive at the very least.
Speedkore did the Demon with the supercomputer even more impressive with two very big changes: they replaced the entire body with light carbon fibers. They then replaced compressor supplies for a pair of turbochargers, increasing horsepower to more than 1,200 on wheels – one and a half times higher than horsepower. on the handle. This results in a pretty incredible time of 8.7 seconds ascending from 162 miles per hour, according to Road & Track.
Keep in mind that this is achieved by a car that is registered on the road, with headlights, rear lights, direction indicators, airbags, air conditioning, electric windows and speed control. Our minds are high in the sky.
While the demonic anger of the super compressor sounds pretty evil, the sound of a dual turbocharger sounds quite diabolical. Originally designed for last year's SEMA shov, this carbon fiber demon proved beyond doubt that it is more than just a nice face.
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