Production of Dodge Challenger SRT Demon has stopped earlier this year. However, it is the end of the road for this muscle car as it a comeback at SEMA with the help of SpeedKore. Milwaukee based SpeedKore is a customer car builder and carbon fiber parts manufacturer. A glance at Dodge Challenger SRT Demon seems like not much has changed but on closer inspection one would find that SRT is equipped with carbon fiber bodywork. The lightweight materials can be found on the bumpers, hood, roofs and quarter panels.
Other than main components, SpeedKore used it to create a carbon fiber front splitter, carbon fiber mirror caps and carbon fiber fender flares. SpeedKore didn’t disclose how much weight Dodge Challenger SRT Demon it managed to loose through the usage of carbon fiber parts, but it would be significant. Apart from being light, SpeedKore’s Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is also more powerful than the standard model. Under the hood of Challenger SRT Demon resides 6.2 liter HEMI V8 engine. It has been equipped with a cold-air intake, a new throttle body and a larger supercharger.
Several additional upgrades include a Triple Four fuel system, new fuel injectors and a DiabloSport tune. Due to all these upgrades Dodge Challenger SRT Demon from SpeedKore now offers an impressive 980hp on dyno. Nonetheless, company claims that it can reach a roughly 1,200hp at the crank. Earlier, it was reported that it would reach around 1,400hp, but it is not the case. Rounding off, carbon fiber door panels and a 14-point roll cage are also included. Challenger SRT Demon rides on new 20-inch HRE wheels that are outfitted with Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires. Since, it was designed for car racing, future modifications is also under planning that will comprise of suitable suspension and upgrading the brakes.