Challenger SRT Hellcat
Is this real? How is it possible a Mustang GT tuned just for E85 (no other mods) takes on these hellcats 60-130 mph?
I consider the Mustang keeping up as taking the hellcat.
You can get a slightly used low mile hellcat for $50k. That’s what I did almost 2 years ago and have been very satisfied ever since and haven’t had any issues. I had a scatpack prior and the difference is night and day.I'm just trying to justify the hellcat's msrp. I honestly think it should start at $50k (and scat should be a little lower). I can justify going from scapack (current car, $43k msrp, got it for ~$37k) to $50-53k, but when everything is said and done you're out the door another $30k... Seems steep when a $35k car can keep up with you with minimal mods/no F/I.
I'm not trying to troll here or anything...I was back and forth on the hellcat a year ago and settled for the scat pack because no dealer wanted to play ball.
The guy in this video literally has only E85 and a tune. If the race was from a dig, I would say OK, the hellcat struggles with traction, but from 60?? I'm very surprised.
Here’s another stock hellcat vs a fbo hellcat example
Matt_7 sixty results are interesting, as maybe the Lund tuning making the magic happen.
Regardless, modded vs stock with a warranty. A stang gt will need FI to think about running a tune, upper pulley, tire hellcat from a roll.
Why does ZL1 with the same “magical” A10 on run and 650hp (only about 80lbs heavier than the gt) about even with a Hellcat from a roll and not walk away?
Speaking of the the same Lund e85 tune dude runs with the stock a10 ZL1 too