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TUSK: Hellephant Engine Swapped 1969 Dodge Charger

Ringbrothers unveiled its latest custom creation, “TUSK,” an unbelievable example of the iconic 1969 Dodge Charger. Engineered and fabricated from the ground up at Ringbrothers, TUSK features the extensive use of carbon-fiber components combined with a modern chassis, suspension, and Mopar’s most powerful crate engine: the 1,000hp Hellephant engine.
Limited to just 100 units, the rare and coveted Hellephant engine serves as the soundtrack, powerplant, and inspiration for the Charger’s name. The 426ci (7.0L) supercharged V8 engine delivers 950 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels via a Bowler Performance TREMEC T56 Magnum transmission and a QA1 REV Series custom carbon fiber driveshaft with a Strange Engineering Ford 9 inch rear end. The all-aluminum Hemi engine rests below a custom two-piece carbon fiber hood with billet machined hood scoop grilles and is mounted 2-1/2 inches further back against the custom-built firewall for better weight distribution.

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