Sure, the engine is the heaviest part of the car, but with so much plastic, where is all of this weight?
Structural steel to meet Federal FMVSS requirements and IIHS testing. There's a reason our cars do so well in crashes. Consumers are also demanding quiet, squeak and rattle free cars, this all adds weight. The OEM's take out every last ounce of wt they can to meet performance and fuel economy standards.
I have a name for the 3 new mods...............Druken Purple Pirates!!!
Originally Posted by Daytona606
American Muscle, like a pit bull. Big but not large, well defined, explosive power, in it till the end. The cat will give it go and zig and zag, but in the end the pit bull will always catch the cat – the outcome is never good for the cat.
4 doors I would imagine. It just starts to add up. 2 more doors & all the harware for em. That large bench seat. The heavy stock exhaust system. A strong unibody to handle the torque. Everything being just a bit longer.
The Chargers weight doesnt suprise me, what does is that the Challenger weighs the same.
Its a sizable car. A late 90s stang GT parked next to me once when I was at class. That Stang looked tiny. It was dark out and I didnt know it was stang at first. I thought it was some kind of "tuner". teehee.
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fat hips I tell ya
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