Challenger hellcat manual for sale

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“Traditionalists can still beat the Challenger SRT and the Hellcat engine with a stick,” read Dodge’s press release back in “The supercharged liter Hemi V-8 can be paired with a modified, Viper-sourced six-speed manual transmission . . . ”

Four years later, the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is the second-most-powerful car you can buy in the United States with a manual transmission. Although it’s now outponied by the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, the Challenger has a base price that’s not a whole lot more than half that of the $, Corvette. Compared with the ZR1, this Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody—with its more motherly hips, wider tracks, and larger rubber—also looks like a blowout-sale bargain with an as-tested price of $76,

Hellcat manuals are good business. From to , Challenger Hellcat production totaled about 22, cars, and Dodge says the take rate for the stick has been 35 percent. So they’re not exactly rare.

Still Slower Than the Automatic

We tested a manual Hellcat back in and made a disappointing discovery: The automatic car would put it on the trailer. The manual ran from zero to 60 mph in seconds, trailing the automatic by three-tenths. Its quarter-mile performance of seconds at mph was second and 2 mph slower. “If bragging rights are important (and how are they not with this car?),” we wrote, “the automatic is the one to have.”

That’s still true with the Widebody.

Getting all it can from its rear inch Pirelli P Zero tires, the Challenger Hellcat Widebody automatic hits 60 mph in seconds and storms through the quarter in seconds at mph. With the manual, however, it’s a second run to 60 mph and a second quarter-mile at mph. That disappointing performance trails that of the much lighter but less powerful Chevy Camaro ZL1 manual and the Ford Mustang Shelby GTR. That makes the Shelby, in particular, a bit of a giant killer, since it has the only naturally aspirated V-8 of the bunch and it’s down more than horsepower to the Dodge.

HIGHS: The Hemi ’Cuda of our day, the one everyone will want in 20 years, handles and stops almost as well as it goes.

The Hellcat’s portly pounds is partly to blame here—with the Widebody coming in 69 pounds heavier than the already hefty standard model—but it’s really the tall gearing of the six-speed manual that slows this beast. With a first, second, and third-gear ratio, the Tremec TR is just no match for the first, second, and third of the optional ZF-supplied 8HP90 eight-speed automatic. And the six-speed’s rear-axle gear, up from the automatic’s ratio, just isn’t enough to make up the difference.

You can feel it the first time you nail the gas in first gear. Oh, the Hellcat manual will put you back in the seat and scare the bejesus out of any passengers, but if you just climbed out of the automatic, you’ll wonder if a plug wire has popped loose. The fix is to keep your foot down and throw gears like Dick Landy. The Hellcat gets plenty of tire scratch on the upshift, and it’ll chirp those big rear s in third.

Considering the Hellcat’s lb-ft of torque, its twin-disc clutch is remarkably light, and its clean pickup makes stop-and-go traffic manageable. The shifter—which is canted forward a few degrees—is well placed, and its action takes just the right amount of muscle, but its throws could be shorter. The ball-shaped shift knob works fine, but this car is crying out for a Pistol Grip shifter. Hurst can solve both of those problems for about $

Handles Better Than Its Reputation

So, it’s not the king of the drag strip, but that’s the Challenger Demon’s job description the last time we checked. The Hellcat Widebody manual is a more well-rounded beast with dance moves, impressive braking performance, and plenty of grip.

It generated g of grip on the skidpad and stopped from 70 mph in just feet with no fade. These numbers don’t match up to the performance of the Camaro ZL1 or the Shelby, but the skidpad number betters the narrow-body Hellcat’s g. The Widebody benefits from a inch-wider front track and massive /35ZR front tires. Our test car also had the $ Summer Tire option, which is over and above the $ Widebody Performance package.

Despite percent of its weight over those front tires, the Hellcat is more fun to push in the hills than expected, with good turn-in and an ability to rotate under braking. It feels big, especially at first, but with practice you can pitch it into corners, rotate the big coupe around the mass of its powertrain, and drive it out on the throttle in a controlled slide.

On tight back roads, its tall second- and third-gear ratios are now exactly what you want, and it’s stupid fun to accelerate out of a second-gear corner right on the edge of traction and charge hard toward the next corner, snatching third just as the big V-8 kisses its rpm fuel cutoff. Here the fantasy isn’t Dandy Dick but Sam Posey tossing his Sublime Challenger T/A around Laguna Seca. Just know that the howl of that liter can be heard for miles and Johnny Law just may be waiting for you up over that rise. Don’t ask us how we know.

LOWS: Not as quick as the automatic, its rear tires cost $ apiece, foot-operated parking brake is just weird with a manual transmission.

In Sport and Track modes the Hellcat’s precise throttle response, along with its exceptional stability-control system, allows a driver to choose the rates of yaw and tire destruction without feeling as if the car is going to get away from you. Those bold enough can also shut down the system completely. Pedal placement makes heel-and-toe rev matching easy, and the steering ratio is quick.

Manual Labor Saves Money

Every Challenger SRT Hellcat is subject to the $ gas-guzzler tax, but sticking with the manual transmission saves $ over the optional automatic. That not only pays off Uncle Sam but leaves $ for fuel, which is a good thing since we averaged 12 mpg over miles.

Dodge has already announced its tweaks to the Challengers. These include a hp increase for the Hellcat and a new model called the Redeye. With technology lifted from the now defunct Demon, that last one will offer horsepower, but like the Demon it will be automatic only. The Hellcat Widebody will remain the hottest Challenger with three pedals. And traditionalists, those who know there’s more to a great car than ultimate acceleration, will continue to beat the Challenger’s Hellcat engine with a stick.

Specifications

Specifications

Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody

VEHICLE TYPE
front-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 2-door coupe

PRICE AS TESTED
$76, (base price: $73,)

ENGINE TYPE
supercharged and intercooled pushrod valve V-8, iron block and aluminum heads, port fuel injection
Displacement
in3, cm3
Power
hp @ rpm
Torque
lb-ft @ rpm

TRANSMISSION
6-speed manual

CHASSIS
Suspension (F/R): multilink/multilink
Brakes (F/R): in vented, slotted discs/in vented, slotted discs
Tires: Pirelli P Zero, /35ZR (Y)

DIMENSIONS
Wheelbase: in
Length: in
Width: in
Height: in
Passenger volume: 94 ft3
Trunk volume: 16 ft3
Curb weight: lb

C/D TEST RESULTS
Zero to 60 mph: sec
Zero to mph: sec
Zero to mph: sec
Zero to mph: sec
Rolling start, 5–60 mph: sec
Top gear, 30–50 mph: sec
Top gear, 50–70 mph: sec
Standing ¼-mile: sec @ mph
Top speed (drag limited): mph
Braking, 70–0 mph: ft
Roadholding, ft-dia skidpad: g

C/D FUEL ECONOMY
Observed: 12 mpg

EPA FUEL ECONOMY
Combined/city/highway: 16/13/21 mpg

c/d testing explained 

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Gulp! Someone Gave This 6-Speed Manual Challenger Hellcat a Total of 1, HP

In order to stand out from other Challengers, Hellcatscame with a simpler front fascia design, featuring dual air extractors for the hood, an Air Catcher inlet port, a larger front splitter, Hellcat badges, and a taller trunk lid spoiler.

This particular one, for sale through Hemmings, is a model with 25, miles (40, km) on the clock. It also has a six-speed manual gearbox and considerably more powerthan it did when it first left the factory. The price, if you’re interested in buying it outright, is $59,

After investing in various performance mods such as a Metco ratio upper pulley, Legmaker carbon fiber intake, cc injectors, custom exhaust, an ECUtune, plus a visit with Bailey’s Hyperformance, the seller ended up with an estimated 1, hp (1, PS) and 1, lb-ft (1, Nm) of torque at the crank, so roughly rear wheel horsepower. Those are insane numbers, especially when you have that much torque and a manual gearbox – you&#;re definitely burning rubber like crazy through the first two gears, regardless of which fob you’re using.

Thankfully, the car does come with a McCloud Racing clutch, which should be able to withstand up to 1, hp, while the DDS aluminum one-piece driveshaft is also rated for high-horsepower applications. The seller notes that only 8, miles (12, km) have been put on the upgraded racing clutch, which works alongside a Barton short-shifter.

Aside from the aftermarket black racing stripe, custom ‘claw-scrape’ decal over the driver side headlight surround, and the special ‘ hp’ badging, everything else looks stock.

Nothing left to do now but to listen to that supercharger howl below. Enjoy!

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