1970 Hybrid Challenger

Discussion in 'First Generation Challenger Forum' started by SRT-Tom, Mar 17, 2023.

  1. SRT-Tom

    SRT-Tom Well-Known Member Staff Member Super Moderator Article Writer

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    This owner installed a GM LS engine, with a Pro-Charger, into this 1970 Challenger.

    While it is super fast (runs in the mid-9s) and makes 879 hp., there is something very wrong about putting a Chevy engine in a classic Mopar.

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  2. Green with Envy

    Green with Envy Full Access Member

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    That's not right don't even sound like a Mopar. Should have built a 440!
     
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    I am not a fan of various trends becoming more prevalent:

    The attack in the West on any kind of loyalty to any brand, team, etc. They even got some trannies to bray for multiple beer brands.

    Defilement of things under the guise of "cool, new, hip, trendy, etc." like anything and everything being vomited out by the "Liberty Walk" "people."

    Also defiling a brand by putting another brand's engine, etc. into it.

    And, once again attacking the Hemi under yet another guise. Same group of people as attacked the muscle car last time who seem to have a violent allergy to what normal males like, and try to get in and defile it.

    NASCAR cookie-cutter cars

    "Pro 'Stock'" cookie-cutter cars

    Individuality and freedom of speech being attacked by a small power-mad bunch of perverts.