This 2500 hp Custom 1970 Dodge Challenger “HAVOC” is An Absolute Beast!

This 2500 hp Custom 1970 Dodge Challenger “HAVOC” is An Absolute Beast!

An Australian car designer has awarded a 1970 Dodge Challenger with more horsepower than the Bugatti Chiron and Lamborghini Aventador combined.

Robert Golden, owner of Rides by Kam, has reshaped the iconic muscle car into a face-melting beast, rightly dubbed “Havoc” by installing a 9.4-liter HEMI all-aluminum V8 with under-engine holes, valves and heads. Hood. Thanks to the added ambition of the F3R ProCharger, the engine makes a truly insane 2,500 horsepower on a dyno.

Golden wasn’t fancy with a dual-clutch transmission and two-digit gearbox, opting instead to use the T-56’s six-speed manual, which was used in other high-powered cars like the ’90s-era Dodge Vipers. Chevrolet Camaros.

Other mechanical improvements include a Roadster Shop Fast Track chassis and an independent rear suspension. The fenders have also been narrowed and flattened for a more serious stance, while custom taillights are illuminated with the stock Challenger. Everything rides on 20-inch American Legend rubber-wrapped rims that are 8 inches wide in the front and 15 inches in the rear.

Inside, there are custom bucket seats, door mats and accents all trimmed in diamond-cut brown leather, which complements other steel and black painted surfaces. According to Dakota Digital, the South Dakota-based company that provided the red-backlit instrument cluster in the cockpit, Gold designed the dashboard with a double-cam design as a nod to vintage sports cars. However, the center console features a modern iPad mounted behind a Ringbrothers adjustable skeleton transmission.

There is no word on whether Golden will sell his creation – or how much. Feel free to reach out and inquire via the Rides by Kam website, and in the meantime, take a closer look at the havoc in the video above.

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