According to Speedhunters, the Dodge’s custom grille was crafted from a 72-inch long block of solid aluminum, while at the back, the rear aluminum panel integrates with the taillights from a 2014 Challenger. Talk about a clean cut job.
Lift up the hood though, and you’ll be face-to-face with a monster. The 9.0-liter, 1,650 horsepower Mercury Racing engine is known as the QC4V (quad-cam, four-valve), which shuttles all that aforementioned grunt (with the help of two 94mm turbochargers) to a Tremec six-speed manual gearbox and a tough Ford nine-inch rear end.
If putting 1,650 horsepower to the ground sounds like a big ask, it is, which is why the car features a thoroughly sorted chassis and a custom four-link rear suspension. From front to back, everything has been stiffened and uprated to handle that colossal punch, including the brakes—14-inch Baer discs—which rival the size of bin lids.
All in all, it’s a staggering one-off build…and if you see “Tantrum” cruising the streets of Port Washington, perhaps this is one Dodge Charger you don’t want to challenge for a fight. SpeedKore opened its doors in 2014, here’s hoping that more builds like this are in the works.