Road Racing Challenger Scat Pack makes all kinds of smoke

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A 2015 Dodge Challenger Scat Pack creates a whole lot of smoke in this short video.

The modern Dodge Challenger offers its greatest performance capabilities on a drag strip, but owner Craig Keys has built his 2015 Challenger Scat Pack to shine on a track with turns. The 392 cubic inch Hemi has been modified by means of a set of headers, a cold air intake kit mated to the modern Shaker hood scoop and a good engine tune while the 6-speed manual transmission has been fitted with a Barton Industries short throw shifter – all of which makes the Challenger quicker, but the bigger story here is the elaborate suspension setup.

Keys’ Challenger has a fully revamped suspension system with aftermarket coilovers, adjustable sway endlinks, subframe connectors, new upper and lower control arms, front and rear strut braces and lightweight wheels wrapped in sticky rubber. All of those features allow this Challenger Scat Pack to shine on the road course and the drag strip, but even with the added cornering grip – it can still roast the tires like a proper Mopar muscle car.

The video here featuring Craig Keys’ road race ready Dodge Challenger begins with a smoky burnout and transitions to a series of donuts. There is plenty of tire smoke, but to add a little extra effect, Keys also has a bright green smoke stick and a bright purple smoke stick. Really, you cant go wrong with more smoke in a burnout video, even if it is introduced by some other means than roasting tires, but the Challenger makes enough of its own smoke that in most cases, the colored smoke is drowned out by the white smoke.

Best of all, Craig’s Challenger Scat Pack sounds freakin’ awesome while doing burnouts and donuts, so make sure to enjoy this video with your speakers cranked up.

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