SpeedCore has named steel, aluminum and glass fiber body panels with carbon fiber. In particular, I used the muscle car of the current Ford Mustang and the Dodge Challenger SRT demon to the 1970 Dodge Charger and Plymouth Barracuda.
If the devil has to apologize, it is weight. This is about 2 1/4 ton in stock configuration (a little less if you choose to avoid passenger, trunk carpet or other details). However, carrying everything around does not seem to harm linear performance. We all heard some unbelievable people before: 3 seconds in 0-60 seconds, 0.25 miles in less than 10 seconds. The fewest words are impressive.
Speedkore made the Supercharged Demon even more impressive with two big changes: they replaced the entire body with lightweight carbon fiber. Then, they replaced the stock supercharger for a pair of superchargers, reduced horsepower to over 1,200 at the wheel – 1.5 hours of factory horsepower rating From the crank. According to Road & Track, 162 miles per hour of waving, an amazing quarter of an hour of 8.7 seconds appears.
Remember, this was done with a registered vehicle on the road with headlights, taillights, turn signals, airbags, air conditioning, power windows and cruise controls. Our mind has blown up the sky.
While the stock demon's angry supercharger sounds ridiculous, the twin turbocharger's spool sounds like a devil. Originally built for last year's SEMA show, this carbon fiber demon has undoubtedly proved that it is just a cute face more.
source: Roads and tracks through YouTube's racing channels