Viper V-10 Powered 2011 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak Revealed

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It's hard to beat American muscle for hauling tail in a straight line, and Mopar's Drag Pak for the Dodge Challenger is among the best out-of-the-box Stock Eliminator/Super Stock configurations you can buy. For 2011, the deal gets even better: Viper V-10 power for just $85,512.

Like previous Drag Pak Challengers, the 2011 V-10 model gets a solid rear axle with upgraded gears, competition fuel system with fuel cell, complete interior, gauge package, plus a two-speed race transmission. What's new is the 512 cubic-inch (8.4-liter) V-10 engine borrowed from the now-defunct Viper under the hood.

There are only three available options: a Competition Package that includes an eight-point roll cage, six-point safety harness and mesh window net; a Mopar logo body wrap; and a choice of body paint colors.

Only 70 of the 2011 Drag Pak Challengers will be built, and with rather low pricing for a race-ready car, they won't likely last long. Production starts early 2011, but orders are open now at


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  1. Hard to beat American muscle in a straight line? Like what make or model can come close to a '68 Dodge HEMI Dart or Plymouth HEMI 'Cuda? These two remain, after 40 years, the fastest stock bodied cars ever built for straight line racing- PERIOD! They are so dominant that they have their own class.
    When it comes to Drag Racing there is no match for Chrysler products whether Chrysler HEMI powered Fuel Dragsters- Chrysler powered HEMI Funny Cars (everyone,regardless of body, is powered by Chrysler) or the unrivaled Super Stock HEMI Darts and Cudas.
    Yea, like there is a Toyota that can drag race with a Ford, Chevy or MoPar...American Muscle!!!!

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