A stock Dodge Challenger Hellcat takes on a supercharged Ford F-150 for drag strip supremacy.

In a quarter-mile drag race, The Undertaker competes against a stock Dodge Challenger Hellcat.

Boosted F-150 is back with a new instalment of his "Versus" series. 

In the first, Boosted's supercharged F-150 destroyed a Ford Mustang GT that had been supercharged. 

Now it's Dodge's turn as a stock SRT Hellcat approaches the starting line.

Recall that "The Undertaker," as Boosted refers to his supercharged F-150, has somewhere about 950 rear-wheel horsepower as a result of several modifications, 

not the least of which is a 2.9-L Whipple supercharger connected to the 5.0-L Coyote V8.

This F-150 has unmatched power thanks to American racing headers, a DW400 fuel pump, ID1000 injectors, and an E85 racing fuel tune. 

A 3-inch lowering kit, new traction bars, and brand-new Mickey Thompson ET SS street-legal drag radials also mean that Boosted won't need to change the tyres once they get to the drag strip.

The Dodge Hellcat, however, is the same Hellcat that we've seen time and time again. 

707 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque are produced by a 6.2-L supercharged V8. The quarter-mile time is often in the high 10-second range, with a top speed of 199 mph.

The Undertaker weighs 500 lbs less than the Hellcat (4,469) but has 200 fewer horsepower. 

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