Tag: Demon

Mopar Muscle Thursday: Dodge Demon 340 Crushes Modded Fox Body Mustang


This week’s Mopar Muscle Thursday feature takes a look at a Plum Crazy 1971 Dodge Demon 340 in action on the 8th mile against what appears to be a pretty heavily modified Ford Fox Body Mustang.  There are no details about either of the two cars but based on looks, we would guess that the […] More »

  Comments | By - November 14, 2013

Mopar Muscle Thursday: 9 Second Dodge Demon Leaves Wheels-Up


While I usually don’t like to feature videos that show a Dodge or other Mopar product losing on the drag strip, this video of a 9 second Dodge Demon 340 (presumably with more than 340 cubic inches) doing a massive burnout and then ripping the front tires off of the ground on launch was just […] More »

  Comments | By - October 24, 2013

Mopar Muscle Thursday: 1968 Hemi Charger Against a 1972 Demon 340


For this week’s Mopar Muscle Thursday feature, I was looking for a video of a really fast Dodge Charger and I happened across a video of a 1968 Dodge Charger racing at the 2009 Mopar World Finals and running in the high 8s.  It just so happens that this particular 8 second Charger is racing […] More »

  Comments | By - August 29, 2013

2013 Mopar Nationals: the Dodge Dart

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The Dodge Dart is known by most American consumers as a super efficient yet adequately sporty compact sedan but before the Dart was the Fiat-inspired compact that we know today – it was one of the original low-cost muscle cars.  Those who couldn’t foot the bill for the likes of the Charger or Challenger back […] More »

  Comments | By - August 19, 2013

Tech Thread Spotlight: Adjusting the Ride Height of Your Dakota with the Torsion Bars


Lifting or lowering your car or truck can be an expensive modification but if your ride has a torsion bar front suspension setup like the Dodge Dakota (or my 1972 Dodge Demon) – you can make slight adjustments to your ride height with just  a little elbow grease and some basic tools. DodgeForum moderator and […] More »

  Comments | By - August 15, 2013