SpeedFactory Challenger SF600R

I have always been a fan of the Dodge Challenger, and I’m loving every modified vehicle that these aftermarket companies come up with. There is something different about a cool muscle car, it might not handle like a German or Japanese Sports car, but its a hell of a lot of fun to drive. Dodge came up with a winner with this machine, it doesn’t mess around, no frills driving machine and surprisingly it handles too. SpeedFactory took this beautiful machine a step further.

A naturally aspirated 600 bhp machine bored to 426 cu. in. from the 6.1 Liter engine of the SRT8. Tweaked suspension, clutch, gear box, and a nice list of goodies makes this one very mean machine. You will have some good Rock music playing in the background driving down the road holding on to the cool shifter, I think the funnest thing about it is that ridiculously tall shifter. Just cruising down the road I wonder how the exhaust tone of a machine like this would be.

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McLaren MP4-12C – The Stats


All the details of the MP4-12C were kept under wraps, we just knew it was a 600 bhp engine, no price or performance information. Now indications point that this machine will be priced between $200’000-$230’000. Now for the juicy details about its performance, no numbers have been released but main approximations are out and its scary. 0-60 mph in under three seconds with while using the launch control feature with the seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox. And 0 to 124 mph in under “10 seconds” which is insane, this machine is no joke.

Now for the comparison between this machine and other similar beasts, the 2010 Prosche 911 Turbo hits 60 in 3.2 seconds, Corvette ZR1 in 3.5 seconds, Lamborghini Gallardo LP-560-4 in 3.4 seconds, Nissan GT-R in 3.4 seconds and teh Ferrari 458 Italia in 3.3 seconds. Looks like there is a new fighter for the top contender and they are going for the title, what a mchine.

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Artisan Camaro SS SA-600

Aritsan worked with Turbochargers.com to come wih the solution for the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS. Using tow turbos, cat-back exhaust, intercooler, modified ECU, 14 inch SSBC Big Brake Kit, 1.5 inch body flars, 21 inch in the front and 22 inch in the rear. All these modifications make this one very mean looking car and the whole thing costs $69,000 for the SA-600 available from Atrisan.

Link: Autoblog