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2009 Moparized Dodge Challenger Previewed Ahead Of SEMA

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The modern muscle car revival was brought with it a rebirth of factory drag-race accessories from the major manufacturers, like the FR500 Cobra Jet Mustang from Ford. For the Dodge Challenger, the Mopar Drag Pak offers a light-weight, race-only version of the street car for special order. This year's Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show will offer an even more potent yet street-legal version of the car, packed with accessories from the Mopar catalog.

Called the Moparized Dodge Challenger, the fully enhanced muscle car features a custom designed matte black rear wing, 20 inch wheels, a black engine cover, a cold air intake, front and rear splash guards, and plenty of aluminum accents.

The only performance modifications are a stainless-steel cat-back exhaust, which provides gains in horsepower and torque in addition to improved fuel economy and a deep-toned exhaust note, and a suspension upgrade kit with new coilovers and strut braces.

Step inside and you’ll find a Kicker sound system, LED elements and a chromed T-handle shifter.

Also on show will be a 556 horsepower Dodge Challenger called the ‘1320’, which you can read about by clicking here. The 2009 SEMA Auto Show kicks off on November 3.

[Chrysler]

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  1. Custom Strobe Stripe Graphic adds a black stripe that begins on both front fenders and fades out midway through the door panel for an added performance look.
     
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