The old American tuner Lingenfelter announced a brand-new supercharger package for the 5.7 and 6.1 liter Hemi-powered Challengers. It gives them the same sort of power as a 2011 Challenger 392.
The new Magnuson TVS 2300 intercooled supercharger kit is already tested on a 6.1 liter Challenger and upped the power from a dyno-tested 373-hp and 355 lb-ft of torque to over 500 rear wheel horsepower and 450 lb-ft of torque.
Lingenfelter’s supercharger kit features 160 degree thermostat, properly sized fuel injectors and a high flow air intake system. It comes as standard with a black casing which looks kinda cheap really. But don’t worry because they do offer a magnificent chrome finishing that enhances your Challenger’s under bonnet looks.
Lingenfelter says that with more boost and a few more adjustment this kit is capable of even more output. Also to assure you their work is of high quality, they offer a 3-year/36,000-mile warranty for the package. Pricing has not been announced.
“Our engineering specialists are able to tune today’s Challengers to deliver increased performance, as demonstrated when the Lingenfelter 6.1L Challenger recently ran a best of 12.03-seconds at 120 mph at the Muncie Dragway in Indiana,” said Owner Ken Lingenfelter. “With more than 30 years of expertise in fine-tuning engines, we have the capabilities to give auto enthusiasts more speed, greater power and enhanced overall performance.”