Rides by Kam Dodge Challenger “Havoc” CSR2 tune and shift pattern
The Rides by Kam Dodge Challenger “Havoc” is the LA Builders Event Prize Car of Season 110. The Havoc is one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.
The real Dodge Challenger “Havoc”
There is horsepower, and then there is ridiculous horsepower. Rides by Kam took a 1970 Challenger and pimped it up to a breathtaking 2,500 horsepower.
Rides by Kam left no stone unturned for the custom-built 1970 Challenger. This work starts with the 572 ci all-aluminum ProCharged Hemi, which they somehow packed under the hood. The 9.4 liter big block Hemi V8 comes with improved holes, valves and heads. This engine accounts for the 2,500 horsepower, which is more horsepower than a Bugatti Chiron and a Lamborghini Aventador combined.
Robert Zahabi, owner of the Australian garage responsible for the Charger’s Restomod, aptly named the Challenger “Havoc”. The engine gives it’s enormous power to a T-56 six-speed manual transmission, the same transmission used in high-performance vehicles such as the Dodge Viper and Chevrolet Camaro.
Rides by Kam introduced several other upgrades, including a Roadster Shop Fast Track chassis with independent rear suspension. Recessed into bumpers, Custom taillights sit above narrower bumpers. All of these enhancements ride on a set of 20-inch American Legend rims that are mated with eight-inch wide tires at the front and 15-inch wide tires at the rear. As a tribute to vintage sports cars, the dashboard has a double-hull design. Tthe center console features a flush-mounted iPad and a skeletonized shift lever from Ringbrothers.
Considering all the work and power that went into this redesign, it should come as no surprise that no prizes were shared for Havoc. You can always contact Rides by Kam to see if you can buy it. If you do, then pull a fast car that is as fast as the car itself.
The CSR2 Havoc
The 5 purple star Havoc can fit 135 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Challenger should run 6.841s. To sum up, the Havoc is one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.
|MIA – LA Builders Event Prize Car||Season 110|
Rides by Kam Dodge Challenger “Havoc” tune and shift pattern
For ShowDowns and Live Races it is important to make an exact “perfect start”. Without a “perfect start” you will not be able to achieve a great 1/2 mile time with the “Havoc”.
|Rides by Kam Dodge Challenger “Havoc”|
|NOS||185 / 4.2|
|Tires||0 / 100|
|Wining shift pattern||Perfect start, 10 mph 2nd and NOS, 4.000rpm 3rd, 5.000rpm 4th, rest late shifts at 8.300rpm|