For most buyers, the Dodge Challenger Hellcat’s 707 horsepower output is plenty, but there’s always the select few who want more. Luckily for them, it seems like a relatively easy job getting a Hellcat to produce a little more power, and if you’re okay with feeding it a little nitrous, you can produce a lot more.
This fact is proven in a recent clip from BigKleib34 on YouTube. In it, a Challenger Hellcat equipped with a complete American Racing exhaust, a cold air intake, a custom tune and a 150 shot of nitrous makes an incredible 908 horsepower on the dyno, representing a huge leap in performance from a few relatively simple mods.
Based on this video, we’re guessing it should be pretty easy to produce 1,000 horsepower and more from a Challenger Hellcat. The real question now is if the 8-speed automatic or 6-speed manual transmission can handle all that power.