When we last left the American Racing Headers PriuSRT8, Farks Supercars was putting the final touches on the car.
Over the last couple of issues, we’ve taken the time to look at the chassis build on American Racing Headers’ Hellcat-powered Prius.
When we last left the American Racing Headers’ Prius, it had been completely stripped and was welded to the chassis jig at Farks Supercars.
Nick couldn’t help but notice the non-stop parade of Toyota Prius’ streaming by in the HOV lanes. All of them were boring. The next thing you know, Nick had a huge, but slightly twisted inspiration, and it went like this: “Wouldn’t it be cool to jam a Hellcat motor into one of these things?”
If you are a hot rodder in the Euclid Ohio area, chances are you’re familiar with Street Machinery. We sat down with Boris Maryanovsky, the owner, and head badass of this awesome hot rod shop.
If you are a MOPAR fan than you are familiar with their love for the snorkel hood.
Dodge//SRT and Mopar are partnering with the National Muscle Car Association (NMCA) to offer customer drag racing experiences exclusively at NMCA race events for the 2018 season, for free!
Dodge digs up the Demon, and plans to launch the new addition to the Hellcat SRT line at the New York Auto Show. In the meantime, there’s a nifty new website that teases the return of the classic.
Borla Exhaust has leveraged its long history of aftermarket performance exhaust systems to come out with a long tube header system for performance enthusiasts who own Hellcats.
In this video, Ross Kirkendoll’s Challenger SRT Hellcat completes a smoldering pass in just 10.03 seconds at 140 mph.