YouTube channel, throtl, is building a Dodge drag race car for Roadkill Nights and is swapping the Viper V10 for Hellcat V8 power.
In the world of automobiles, engine swaps are nothing new. Although they are not typical, they are also not uncommon.
Gearheads cram another engine into a waiting car for a variety of reasons, including to boost performance, spread novelty, or just for fun.
All of those justifications are united in this engine swap at the throtl YouTube channel.
After all, if they are successful, they may produce the first Dodge Viper with a powerful Dodge Hellcat Redeye engine, as they are saying.
Building A Drag Race Car For Roadkill Nights
To compete in the Dodge Direct Connection Grudge Match at Roadkill Nights Powered by Dodge,
the throtl guys (Mickey Andrade, Rickie Fernandez, and Quinn Clark) are really building a Dodge drag race vehicle.
Eight social media influencers have been asked to design their own racer for this online building competition utilising only Dodge Direct Connection parts.
They received a plug-and-play Hellcrate Redeye 6.2-liter Supercharged Crate Hemi Engine Control Unit ...
from Dodge along with a Hellcrate Redeye 6.2-liter Supercharged Crate Hemi engine (ECU).
Throtl, Tavarish (Freddy Hernandez), and Westen Champlin are all returning competitors.
They will face off against five rookies in a bracket-style matchup: Christina Roki, Corruptt Builds (Tony Arme), Collete Davis, Herman Young (Demonology), and ThatDudeinBlue (David Patterson).
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