- fca's mopar has announced that the 807-hp version of the hellcat supercharged 6.2-liter v-8 is now available as a crate engine.
- a version of that engine, which is equipped with a larger 2.7-liter supercharger, is currently found in the challenger and charger srt hellcat redeyes as well as the 807-hp challenger srt super stock.
- the hellcrate redeye crate engine is available now for $21,807.
dodge has proven that it can stuff its supercharged hellcat v-8 into almost every vehicle in its lineup and keep pumping out more and more power from it. the latest vehicle in dodge’s lineup to get the 797-hp hellcat redeye treatment is the four-door charger widebody. the most powerful iteration available today is the 807-hp challenger srt super stock, and now you'll be able to implant its powerful supercharged 6.2-liter v-8 into anything of your liking.
mopar calls it the hellcrate redeye engine, and on 91-octane pump gas it produces 807 horsepower and 717 lb-ft of torque. a version of that engine, which is also equipped with a 2.7-liter supercharger (the standard hellcat engine has a 2.4-liter blower), is found in both the challenger and charger srt hellcat redeyes, where it makes 797 hp, as well as the new 807-hp challenger srt super stock. the 2.7-liter supercharger makes 14.5 psi of boost pressure, and the engine redlines at 6500 rpm compared to the standard hellcat engine's 6200-rpm redline.
the 807-hp hellcrate redeye crate engine is available to order now for $21,807, and it includes throttle body, fuel injectors, coil packs, water pump, front sump oil pan, and flexplate. there's also a front-end accessory drive kit available, which includes an alternator, power-steering pump, belts, pulleys and mounting hardware. if customers want to mate the beast to a manual transmission (#savethemanuals), mopar will offer a clutch and flywheel kit for purchase, and customers can also complete their build with parts including a tremec transmission and an exhaust manifold kit.