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Troy K.

Troy K.

Dodge Viper
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David A.

David A.

Thanks for everything, David
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Alan P.

First off, I just have to say that I have never came across a more stand-up guy that takes his time to connect with his customers and have the...
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Robert S.

Robert S.

Great parts and service! Robert
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Michael W.

Michael W.

After getting all the compatible stuff shes a beast! Michael
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Barbara H.

John, Thanks again for making Colton's dream come true! The truck is in the body shop, the cowl hood arrived and the new 408 engine you built is...
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Henry T.

Henry T.

HEY! Everything is installed and car runs AWESOME! Thanks for everything, Thanks again. Henry 2000 Dodge Viper R/T 10
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James G.

James G.

5.80 in 1/4 mile @ 244 mph & 3.76 @ 197 in the 1/8 mile
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Dan B.

Dan B.

Dakota R/T 408, Thanks for everything! Dan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZekmXKYXA4
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Tom R.

John--the 408 engine you built for me is outstanding. Feel free to give him my cell number and I'll happily give you a strong reference. Thank you...
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Bob F.

Bob F.

Plymouth 426 Hemi
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Colton H.

Colton H.

"Johns the man, bought a 410 package from him years ago after I got back from overseas. The caveat I gave John was that it had to pass Californian...
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Mitch C.

Awesome work! Glad I went with you guys! Anyone I know of that wants to build I'll send your way! Thanks John! Your the man!! Mitch
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Gary H.

Gary H.

John, Thanks a lot !
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Robert M.

John, Thank you for all you have done, From your previous email responses, you seem to be old school, a man of his word. Thanks again John for...
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Billy W.

Billy W.

Dakota R/T 408
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Darren B.

Darren B.

John,Racing flat out on the 440/533 engine over 1 season & 65 passes at 8.97@150mph 1.27 60' getting great results!!Engine is GREAT!Thanks mate!
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Ken L.

John, Thanks for all your help. I wish I had known about you before I ordered the rest of my stuff! Thanks, Ken
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Craig W.

Craig W.

Thanks John, So far 8 races and 8 top Five!!
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Ryan

bought numerous things and all transactions went very smooth. Responded to emails within a day or less. Ryan
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Shaine D.

Wow! Thank you for that quick and informative response. Must be why you are always recommended. Shaine
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Felix C.

How awesome is this! This superb service is exactly on point w/what everyone have raved about. Thank you, Felix
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Ricky H.

Ricky H.

Thanks for everything John. The headers are great !
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Kyle M.

Kyle M.

John, I am very pleased with the brake conversion. The kit was very easy to install and I didn't have any problems and look very good as...
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Don S.

John, I can't emphasize this enough, but without the help you're getting me I could not have afforded my dream engine! I literally have cringed when...
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2018 Dodge Demon

The wide-body Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is a barely street-legal drag racer with a V8 that can produce up to 840 HP and 770 pound-feet of torque, making it the most powerful American car ever. It’s also the quickest car in the world, with an NHRA-certified 0-60 mph time of 2.3 seconds and a quarter-mile time of 9.65 seconds at 140 mph. That's so quick and fast that you can't even enter it in an NHRA-sanctioned event without installing a roll cage. Dodge didn’t just turn up the boost on the Challenger SRT Hellcat’s 707 hp 6.2-liter supercharged engine to unleash its inner beast, it updated more than half of its parts and added a laundry list of production-first and high tech features to the Demon. There’s a larger displacement 2.7-liter supercharger that runs at 14.5 psi boost; strengthened rods, pistons and valvetrain; twin dual-stage fuel pumps; and the largest hood scoop ever used on a muscle car: a 45.2 square inch intake Dodge calls the Air-Grabber that’s apparently still not huge enough, because there’s a second intake in the middle of the inside driver’s side headlight and a third near the wheel liner. At full throttle, the Demon can suck all of the air out of a single-car garage in less than two minutes. Instead of a simple cold air intake, the Demon cools things down by routing refrigerant from its air conditioner system through a chilling unit that helps drop the temperature of the ambient air by up to 45 degrees before the supercharger stuffs it into the cylinder. There, it can be mixed with as low as 91-octane fuel and turn it into 808 hp and 717 pound feet, but an optional engine controller can be installed that lets it run on 100-octane race fuel to unlock full 840/770, and it doesn’t even void the five-year/60,000-mile warranty. If there’s a blend in the tank, it’ll figure out the best way to burn it. Regardless of how much power its cranking out, it’s delivered to the rear wheels through an 8-speed automatic transmission that’s been re-engineered to handle the torque, a stronger drive shaft, a beefed-up rear axle and a set of larger half shafts compared to the Hellcat’s. To make use of as much of that power as possible, the Demon comes with a set of nearly-slick 12.6-inch-wide Nitto drag radials and a few electronic tricks to wring everything it can out of them. First, there's a line lock system like the Ford Mustang offers to enable easy burnouts to warm up the rubber. Then there’s a steering wheel paddle-activated transmission brake for quicker and more powerful launches, an active suspension system that encourages the car to squat on its rear wheels under acceleration, and a traction control system programmed to manage wheel hop without you needing to lift off the gas. The Demon takes off so ferociously that Dodge says it’s capable of popping a wheelie nearly a yard high. That makes it the first single-seat production car ever sold by a major automaker, but you can get the passenger seat and rear bench for $1 each, and add a 19-speaker 900 watt audio system for good measure. That is if you’re not too concerned about those last couple of tenths at the track. If you are, you’ll definitely want to order the optional Demon Crate.




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