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Discussion in 'Road Side Pub' started by GOTSVT?, Dec 20, 2019.
I’ll leave this here
Stock power, stock weight Demon beats Dodge’s 9.65
Nice only took 2 years. I like it better when Manufacturers claim 10.7's and weirdo hat wearing douche bag youtube fags run 10.6's. Still the Demon is bad ass, I wish I had one.
OP you should read the article... It wasn't "stock"
I read it.
Well this thread should be fun
By all terms it’s not stock as the wheel set up was different but it’s still damn impressive in my book as a wheel and tire swap is literally nothing.
he did manage a 9.68 in complete stock trim down to the nitto tires from what I read so that’s pretty damn cool.
Your thread title says otherwise while the hyper link description is more accurate
*edit* good for driver/owner of said Demon. Guessing he weighs more than that bean pole that was driving the 9.65
Also, won't be coming back to this thread after this. 90% of the people that post in these threads will argue with a ****ing wall.
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Title is a lie, but yes, still impressive.
Im going to help get this ball rolling, Demon crate is oem but tires were not
this will be another entertaining thread i am sure lol impressive all around 9.68 ALL Stock and 9.57 with mickey radials on billet specialities.
9.57 with aftermarket wheels and tires
9.68 with stock Nitto’s and wheels
And 9.76 in 808 mode....this one is the most impressive.
808 mode = 91 octane tune
840 mode = high octane, 100 minimum
So... not stock.
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So officially no one has beat dodges hero time exactly they way it comes after it gets it crate package all bolted on.
Still very impressives. But title and thread is very miss leading.
Impressive. I will be more impressed when anyone, Ford and Chevrolet especially, make anything that can come close to a demon in the 1/4 in whatever the subjective and beaten to death definition of "stock" is. I am kicking myself for not pulling the trigger on one.
These threads are fun. I have no idea why it chaps so many asses to talk Dodge Demon.
Before the Demon, no one ever considered tires as a part that needed to be stock in order to be considered "stock". It only mattered if it was a street tire, dr, or slick.
Perhaps "As delivered by the manufacturer" is a better term to use than "stock".
Though it's not stock, a wheel swap isn't meaningful. The tires could be argued, especially since there's a tenth between the dr he used and the OEM nittos.
And no, a 9.68 isn't faster than a 9.65 but does it really matter? There's already been a person that trashed the time "HuR dUr TwO yEaRs LaTeR...". Nevermind the fact that there's a 4300lb car running in the NINES, from the factory, with a warssnty you can use on a race track .
No they won't.
I will agree the rim an tire change take away from it, but not enough for me to still give the car credit! I can personally vouch for the driver. I am hoping to get mine to the 9.65 in 2020, its hard finding a track that won't boot you off however. THIS is my biggest challenge!
When will you ****ers understand....
That ain’t stock, mein... lol
change wheels = not stock
change tire = not stock
Yes They Will!