Yellow 2012 Charger Super Bee Does Incredible Track Run
This Charger is one of the quickest, naturally-aspirated 392 Dodge cars in the world.
We featured a great many lightning-quick modern Mopar machines here on Dodge Forum, but the 2012 Dodge Charger Super Bee owned and driven by Bogdan Gilewski from Modern Muscle Extreme is different. This bright yellow super sedan is naturally-aspirated and it is stock from valve covers to oil pan, but it still covers the quarter mile in the deep 11s.
Gilewski’s Super Bee
As mentioned above, Gilewski’s 2012 Dodge Charger is naturally aspirated and while it is modified, the engine has never been opened up. It does have a ported intake manifold, a 95-millimeter adapter for the 95-millimeter throttle body to fit on the 90-millimeter manifold, a Legmaker cold air intake and a 170-degree thermostat, but every other aspect of the engine is factory-stock. No nitrous, no forced induction, no camshaft upgrade, no ported heads – just a bigger throttle body, a good cold air intake and a ported intake manifold help this Charger make the power needed to run 11.20s. No 392-powered car with so few mods have run this far into the 11s, making this Super Bee the quickest 392 longblock car in the world.
In addition to the few engine upgrades, this Super Bee has a Tazer, an HP Tuners dyno tune for 93 octane from Modern Muscle Xtreme, Sphone track bars, Bwoody short end links, 50/50 rear and 90/10 front Lakewoods drag socks with V6 springs, a 3,200-stall torque convertor, a built NAG1 5-speed automatic transmission with a performance valve body, 3.91 gears, 17×4.5-inch front runner wheels/tires and 17×10-inch rear Weld wheels with drag radials.
So Gilewski’s Charger has some simple engine mods, a built transmission with a big stall convertor, suspension mods and sticky rear tires.
The video above comes to us from the YouTube channel of Patrick Rall and it shows Gilewski’s 2012 Charger Super Bee making its record-setting quarter-mile run. On the launch, the custom suspension work does its job as the front end comes up so hard that it nearly pulls the front wheels off of the ground while the weight transfer jams the rear tires to the ground. The car roars out of the hole and quickly soars down the track, stopping the times with an 11.22-second run at 121.89 miles per hour.
Crank up your speakers and enjoy!