Well, you're here to see one of these cars in action. We're talking about a monster that received multiple mods, with this currently engaged in a two-stage workout.
The first stage involves supercharger work alone, with the beast having recently been strapped to a dyno in this state. The HEMI wielder managed to deliver a whopping 953 horsepower at the rear wheels, hence the crankshaft output estimation in the title above.
Tim Barth, a well-known Mopar tuner, is the one behind the project. And the aficionado took to Facebook to explain that the car is also in the process of receiving nitrous assistance.
"Full weight Demon doing some work! Not bad for a full interior car and boost only. Car was built by us, it made 953whp on blower. We tried to spray it last night after this pass and I have a tq management issue when the nitrous comes on I need to work through," we are being told.
As for the 8s part we discussed above, the specialist mentions this in his post: "I seriously think this thing is going to go 8’s with the nitrous. Even in our high DA right now,"
Keep in mind that the current Dodge Demon quarter-mile world record sits with Hennessey's take on the muscle car. We're also talking about a four-figure machine, one that managed to play the 1,320-feet game in 9.14 seconds.
As for this Demon, the supercharger-only form of the car recently allowed it to pull a 9.35s 1/4-mile run, as you'll get to see in the clip below.