Challenger Drag Pak
Published 06/26/2015

2015 Challenger Drag Pak Announced

It was over a year ago in the summer of 2014 when Dodge teased us with their Challenger Drag race prototype based on its latest Challenger muscle car.

Fast forward almost one year to the day and Mopar have introduced the final version of the new 2015 Challenger Drag Pak. The big news is that a supercharged engine is being offered for the first time, in this case a supercharged 5.8-liter (354-cubic-inch) HEMI V-8. Of course, a naturally aspirated V-8 is still available, the 7.0-liter (426-cubic-inch) HEMI V-8 that we saw in the prototype.

The new supercharged engine features a cast-iron block, forged steel crankshaft, Mopar-spec camshaft and a custom performance engine calibration. Opting for the Challenger Drag Pak with this engine will set you back $109,354. The naturally aspirated engine is built off an aluminum block with pressed-in steel liners and aluminum cylinder heads. Like the supercharged engine, the naturally aspirated mill includes a custom engine calibration and loom. Cars equipped with this engine will set you back $99,426.

This latest 2015 model is designed for several of the National Hot Rod Association classes. This means they get a full roll cage fabricated to NHRA specifications, along with lightweight racing seats, safety nets and harnesses. The order books will open in late July, and as in previous years production will be limited.

We don't expect to make any parts for these cars here at BBK Performance - as they are very limited in production - but we already do have many Hemi performance , Cold air intakes, Exhaust headers and systems - plus Hemi fuel rails to add more horsepower, torque and performance to any 2005-15 5.7/6.1 or 6.4L Challenger, Charger, Magnum and Chrysler 300

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