1969 Hellcat Charger Hits the Dyno!

In the world of swaps that end up finishing with a nice clean touch, there are a lot ...

In the world of swaps that end up finishing with a nice clean touch, there are a lot of ways to make the fit and finish of a certain combination look like it came that way from the factory. To some people, keeping the factory appearance while using a different engine setup goes a long way toward showing off their abilities and craftsmanship that it takes to execute such a concept well. With this 1969 Dodge Charger that met a Hellcat swap that we featured a couple of days ago, those behind it really went above and beyond, all in the name of bringing together old and new Mopar in one tight package.

This time, we get to see how the vehicle performs when all the parts come together and work in unison as they move on their goal to create massive horsepower. With each and every part having its job and needing to work together, there are a lot of different things that could be messed up on a vehicle like this so testing has the people behind hoping that everything sticks together as they move toward high RPM and the car really spins out some muscle on the dyno. At the end of the day, it really looks like it was a job well done as the machine absolutely blazes to an impressive pass.

If you tune into the video below, you’ll be able to join the excitement as this screaming beast of a muscle car goes above and beyond, all in the name of making some good power. I don’t know about you guys but this is something that we would definitely not mind rolling through the streets in, showing off all of that attention to detail that has really gone into making the car something incredibly special.

1969 Hellcat Swap on Bumbera's Dyno

Hear the '69 Hellcat in action on our dyno!

Posted by Bumbera's Performance on Wednesday, July 18, 2018

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