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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by ProStreet383, Apr 11, 2017.
That's the dealership marking it up that much, which is quite common for cars like this.
Don't forget Uncle Sam and his gas guzzler tax!
Cool car, but Hennessey hasn't exactly got a great rep: http://jalopnik.com/ex-employees-say-hennessey-is-a-bigger-mess-than-you-ev-1778134112
Walked from a 625 hp Hennessy. I thought the dude was going to cry. Lol
Evidently you didn't bother to read my link - as that is where I got the 8.5 ET for the COPO.
Is the 9.65 for the Demon already on race fuel? And once you start modifying it - it no longer is a production car. I personally think it is, as it comes from the factory with both a 91 and a 100 octane tune. Dodge isn't going to advertise the detuned performance numbers, are they?
Did you realize that the Demon only comes with the drivers seat standard? Passenger seat and rear seat are options - so although the Demon may be "street legal" - it is not a full interior car without adding the optional seats.
I think they said with the lowest key it'll do a mid 11.
I think that's the valet key
Total cost for the passenger seat and rear seat is a whole $2. I think your point is invalid. You can purchase it fully equipped even with the bad azz 8.4" Uconnect harmon kardon stereo system.
The publicized 1/4 mile times are without the passenger and rear seat. Chuck was using those numbers and claiming that it had a full interior - not...
I think we're trying to scrape the fuzz off a gnat's ass here.