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1970 Plymouth Barracuda with a Supercharged Hellcat V8

1970 Plymouth Barracuda built by Fast Freddie's Rod Shop with a Supercharged Hellcat V8

Fast Freddie’s Rod Shop built this 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda called “Hellacuda” at their company in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. The factory 318 ci V8 gave way to a supercharged 6.2 L Hellcat V8 crate motor producing 707 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque. Behind the motor sits a Quicktime SFI bellhousing bolted to a Bowler T56 Magnum six-speed manual transmission with a RAM twin-disc clutch. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a Strange Nodular 9-inch rear end and 35-spline axles. Fast Freddie’s Rod Shop also installed a RMS AlterKtion suspension with Viking shocks in front and Calvert Racing leaf springs with Cal-Tracs in the rear. The increased power is kept in check with a set of Wilwood six-piston brakes covered by Rocket Attack wheels. View more photos of the car in the build album.

1970 Plymouth Barracuda built by Fast Freddie's Rod Shop with a Supercharged Hellcat V8

1970 Plymouth Barracuda built by Fast Freddie's Rod Shop with a Supercharged Hellcat V8

1970 Plymouth Barracuda built by Fast Freddie's Rod Shop with a Supercharged Hellcat V8

1970 Plymouth Barracuda built by Fast Freddie's Rod Shop with a Supercharged Hellcat V8

1970 Plymouth Barracuda built by Fast Freddie's Rod Shop with a Supercharged Hellcat V8

1970 Plymouth Barracuda built by Fast Freddie's Rod Shop with a Supercharged Hellcat V8

1970 Plymouth Barracuda built by Fast Freddie's Rod Shop with a Supercharged Hellcat V8

1970 Plymouth Barracuda built by Fast Freddie's Rod Shop with a Supercharged Hellcat V8

1970 Plymouth Barracuda built by Fast Freddie's Rod Shop with a Supercharged Hellcat V8

Source: Fast Freddie’s Rod Shop (project page)

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