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2012 Dodge Charger SRT8: A new snout and a heaping helping of higher horsepower

This is it. It's the new Dodge Charger SRT8, and like its lesser-powered sibling, it gets entirely new sheet metal for the 2012 model year. But the changes aren't just skin deep. Under the hood, there's a new 6.4-liter HEMI V8 heart delivering more horsepower and torque than the 6.1-liter HEMI V8 it replaces. Heaping… »2/09/11 7:00am2/09/11 7:00am

Tricharger Packs Two Turbos, A Supercharger, And Two Fewer Doors

Let's say you have a Dodge Charger but find the performance, style and two superfluous doors just don't suit you. Perhaps you should take your problem car to Force Performance in Miami, Florida, as they've decided to chop off the rear doors, lay down some coupe styling and perform a modest power upgrade to the Hemi V8… »10/09/08 3:20pm10/09/08 3:20pm

A Question That Should Never Be Asked About A Dodge Charger SE

Please, if you have a Dodge Charger SE, never ask "Does the hood from a Charger SRT8 »9/12/08 1:00pm9/12/08 1:00pm fit on my car?" Yes, the hood should bolt on just fine, but that's not the question you should be asking yourself. First off, do you want the hood from an SRT8? If it's for the big scoop, you can get superficial aggression a lot…

2011 Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger To Remain Rear-Wheel Drive, Get Makeover

It's no news that the 300's been a hit for Chrysler — and we here at the Jalop obviously are fans of the Dodge Charger SRT8, and the new Dodge Challenger's certainly got itself a purdy mouth. But there's potentially going to be some fuel economy issues inherent with a RWD, Hemi-powered platform given the current… »2/15/08 8:30am2/15/08 8:30am