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Discussion in 'Kia Stinger vs The World' started by Kia Stinger, Jul 7, 2018.
Stinger- HKS plugs, CAI’s, downpipes, Borla Exhaust, Tune.
Hellcat- Mid pipes.
What? I need them mods in mine.
Hellcat driver was asleep
LoL at the spectator/recorder grumble at the end....
Real world, a hellcat isn’t going to take a Stinger from the dig on the streets. Doesn’t matter if you’re red or black key. Trying to get that much power down is incredibly hard on the streets. I experienced the same in my supercharged/nitrous Cobra.
From a roll, the hellcat is going to crush a Stinger with the red key. With the mods the Stinger in the video has, I bet it’d be a good run with the black key on a roll.
I guess this is an AWD Stinger?
Another impressive “Sting” or kill vs a car with almost double our power!
The hellcat traps 128 bone stock. I know 1st hand. I love my stinger, but lets be real people.
Agreed, but only if they can put all that power down properly!
Unless they are running slicks or at least full drag radials they will not launch well off the line. 9/10 times they will be stuck playing catch-up, especially vs our Stingers that do great off the line. Im sure if a Hellcat had a great driver that could modulate the power well, then they would stay close off the line and catch up quick. Unfortunate for them those real world situations will be few and far between.
So in this example(1/8m) and my own personal experience the Hellcat spins out easily and then runs out of time to catch up. Extra power means nothing if you cant use it to your advantage. Luckily for us the Hellcat is a perfect example of that fact.
All due respect guys, but come on. The first time I ever drag raced in my life was at Portland International Raceway, in a charger HC with all season's that netted a compete dumpster 2.3 60' but a 97mph 1/8th. 97mph!!!!
Most know PIR has terrible prep.