We have been getting a lot of questions regarding the 2020/2021 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock. The newest drag racing package from Dodge//SRT has a lot of people wondering, what is the true difference between it and the limited edition 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. So we thought we would take a more in-depth look at the true difference between the Super Stock, the standard Redeye Widebody, and the Demon.
The Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock is powered by the same supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI® high-output V8 that powers the Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye. However, in Super Stock form the powertrain was recalibrated for an additional 10 horsepower for a total of 807 horsepower (just 1 horsepower shy of the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon’s 808 horsepower without high-octane fuel). So basically, its the same setting as the Demon without the optional High Octane mode from the Demon crate.
The 2020/2021 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock includes the following equipment over the standard Hellcat Redeye Widebody…
- Lightweight 18-inch x 11-inch Demon wheels in a Low Gloss Granite finish, riding on the same sticky 315/40R18 Nitto NT05R drag radials as the Demon
- Like the Demon, it features all-aluminum Brembo four-piston brake calipers and 14.2-inch vented rotors
- Just like the Demon, it features a performance-tuned asymmetrical limited-slip differential with a 3.09 final drive ratio
- Other Demon features include Line Lock, Launch Control, Power Chiller, Race Cooldown, and Torque Reserve
So how does is the SRT Super Stock different than the SRT Demon?
- It does not have the Demon’s Transbrake (we have run both the Challenger R/T Scat Pack 1320 and SRT Demon, both cars performed faster without the use of it).
- The SRT Super Stock does not have a “Drag Mode” setting, instead, it has a “Race Mode”.
- The Demon featured a unique “Air Grabber” hood and “Demon” themed badging, Super Stock carries the Redeye’s dual-snorkel hood and badging
- The SRT Super Stock does not include the Direct Connection Performance Parts “High Octane” button bank or powertrain control module calibrated for the high-octane unleaded fuel
- The SRT Super Stock also lacks the Demon’s optional crate, which included…
- Direct Connection Performance Parts:
- Performance powertrain control module with high-octane engine calibration
- Replacement switch module containing high-octane button
- Conical performance air filter
- Passenger mirror block-off plate
- Narrow, front-runner drag wheels
- Demon-branded track tools:
- Hydraulic floor jack with carrying bag
- Cordless impact wrench with charger
- Torque wrench with extension and socket
- Tire pressure gauge
- Fender cover
- Tool bag
- Foam case that fits into the SRT Demon trunk and securely holds the front runner wheels and track tools
- Each Demon featured a vehicle serialization and custom instrument panel badge, the SRT Super Stock does not
The Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock holds the title as the world’s quickest and most powerful muscle car with a 0 to 60 mph time of 3.25 seconds (1.05 seconds behind Demon with High Octane mode active), can run the quarter-mile in 10.5 seconds at 131 mph (versus Demon’s 9.65 seconds at 140 mph with High Octane mode active), and a tire limited top speed of 168 mph (same as Demon).
Unlike the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, the SRT Super Stock is not a limited edition production run. Instead, Dodge//SRT will build as many of the drag racing packages to meet demand. The 2021 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock is available in 13 exterior colors which include, Frostbite, F8 Green, Go ManGo, Granite Crystal, Hellraisin, IndiGo Blue, Octane Red, Pitch Black, Sinamon Stick, Smoke Show, TorRed, Triple Nickel, and White Knuckle.
The 2021 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock has a starting U.S. Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $79,595 (excluding destination). That is a $3,000 upcharge over the standard SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody. Ordering for the 2021 model will open in the fourth quarter of 2020.