The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Has An Insane Cooling System

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We are now just weeks away from the reveal of the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, and ...

We are now just weeks away from the reveal of the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, and which also means its excessively long teaser campaign will finally end.

Dodge isn’t done with drip feeding us just yet though, as the latest teaser reveals another first for the production car.

Last week, we learned that the Dodge Demon will be the first road vehicle to be fitted with the TransBrake normally reserved for dedicated drag racers.

Now, Dodge has revealed it will also be a first-ever factory production car to feature the liquid-to-air charge air cooler chiller system.

It’s the lot simpler than the convoluted name implies. When in drag mode, air conditioning system is diverted from a cabin to cool down the engine’s charge air cooling system, allowing it to achieve the charge air induction temperatures previously unattainable by the pressure-charged street-legal production vehicles.

This unique performance feature will reduce the air intake temperatures by up to 45 degrees Fahrenheit, which, when combined with its massive functional hood scoop, should give it the significant performance boost and combat the extra heat produced from a supercharged Hemi.

These temperatures are enough to make the engine perform like it is running in a cold Alaskan air, even after the day of runs down the strip, on the hot summer day.

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