Twin Turbo Carbon Fiber Dodge Demon is the Definition of Insanity

Posted by: Jesse Kleib on 11/16/2021

Straight out of the box, the Dodge Demon is one of the most intense cars to ever be produced. As one of the first full effort production drag racing street machines, the car is really a pioneer. Beyond that, there’s absolutely no denying that the drag built street machine is off-the-wall. It is, after all, one of the most powerful production cars in the world and atop the list for mass-produced cars.

However, some folks just can’t leave well enough alone. We just so happen to love those people with a thirst for a little bit more power. With that in mind, all sorts of modifications can be thrown at these cars that are already awesome.

It would just so happen that the Demon is actually pretty welcoming of even more ground-pounding power. In order to make big power in most muscle machines, the bottom end of the engine will need attending to in one way or another. Whether it’s attention to the rotating assembly or even ditching the whole engine and starting with something new, there aren’t a ton of cars that are able to crank out power like this on a stock bottom end.

However, with a pair of turbos, this particular Demon really manages to crank the boost up. It comes to the tune of well over 1,000 horsepower in an 8-second streetcar. Speedkore really pushed the Demon to the limit here with plenty of stock components.

In the video below, we check in with DOOWORK PRODUCTIONS to watch and listen to this beast making a couple of hits. It does appear as if these hits were on a no prep. Therefore, they’re not swinging for the fences here. However, this thing is too irresistible to turn down. Even watching the car idle could send a chill down the spine. Hearing those turbos light up takes us to a whole new world!