Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE: When Dodge Demon Can’t Keep Up!

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Dodge took pride on drag times when it launched the Challenger Demon earlier this year and it became the selling point for the all-new sports car.

Despite still pending to prove its worth on the streets or on the track, Dodge kept on commending the Challenger Demon for having the ability to finish a quarter-mile sprint in 9.7 seconds.

Whether this is truly achievable is a question that remains to be answered but it has already convinced several tuners into competing with the Demon. Vengeance Racing is one of them as they had just finished tuning the Camaro ZL1 1LE to beat the Demon’s unproven drag time.

Vengeance further added salt in the wound when they revealed that the tuning package which they offered with Camaro ZL1 1LE can rival the Dodge Demon’s MSRP.

You can check out the Camaro’s drag run in the video below.


  1. Boss

    November 28, 2017 at 7:57 am

    hey … You gotta compare apples to apples. Put the same effort into a tuning package for the Demon and let them run side by side! You know who would win!

  2. Boss

    November 28, 2017 at 8:05 am

    Do the same to the HEMI Demon … and bye bye .. “colour me gone”!

    Vengeance Racing Camaro ZL1 VR1100 – Performance Parts:

    Procharger F-1A-94 Supercharger System
    Air-to-water intercooler
    Late Model Engines billet intake manifold
    Vengeance Racing CNC Ported LT4 cylinder heads
    Vengeance Racing Stage II Camshaft Kit
    AlkyControl dual nozzle methanol injection
    Kooks stainless steel longtube headers, x-pipe, axle-back exhaust system
    Custom ECU calibration
    C16 race fuel

  3. Hemi Hellcat

    November 28, 2017 at 7:17 pm

    I bought a Dodge Demon and a Hellcat. Haven’t gotten Demon yet, love the Hellcat. The one thing no one comments on is the 84,000 mi. factory warrenty. I have had numerous muscle cars in my life, the one I sold to buy the Hellcat, was a race built 1968 Hemi Coronet R/T. Many aftermarket race builders can build a faster more powerful car than the Demon. Go to the drag strip and half the drag cars out there pull wheelies and drop well below 10 second quarters. As I well know when something breaks, and it often did, it was always expensive. The most amazing thing is a factory sub 10 second car, with heated steering, ventillated seats, awsome sound system, 20 mpg, and 84,000 mile wrap around warrenty. Can aftermarket shops match that??