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Is Your Ride SEMA Worthy?

The 2013 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show is less than a month away, but we don’t want to put the brakes on our excitement until the first day of the show on November 5. Which is why we want to see if the mods YOU have made to your Dodge vehicle are deemed SEMA Worthy by your fellow gearheads.

 

Upload your modification photos to our gallery and share them with friends to accelerate your votes here: SEMA Worthy

 

SEMA Worthy

 

Even if your ride doesn’t…

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Is Your Ride SEMA Worthy?

Watch SpeedFactory’s Charger Set a New Speed Record

Since we can all use a little Friday afternoon speed, check out this clip of SpeedFactory’s 426 Charger, with Eddie Rosa at the wheel, setting a new LX world record with a 9.45-second, 145 mph quarter-mile. SpeedFactory used an everyday 2006 Charger R/T — well, after they modified it with a 426 motor with a Vortech YSi centrifugal supercharger, and assorted other boosts. Thanks for helping us through Friday, guys!

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Watch SpeedFactory’s Charger Set a New Speed Record

One Demon of a Challenger

The fully customized Red Demon Challenger — a collaboration between master builder Steve Sanderson and legendary designer George “King of Kustoms” Barris, the man behind iconic cars such as the Batmobile, General Lee, Munster Koach, and Beverly Hillbillies truck — is certainly one hellish ride. It packs a truly demonic 6.1 HEMI V8 supercharged to 625 horsepower under the hood, with an outer shell of sculpted Barris bodywork, 3D Carbon Fiber rally stripes, vertical doors, two-tone paint and custom wheels. After officially debuting at last year’s SEMA auto…

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One Demon of a Challenger