SCAT Packs are Back at Speedfactory Cars and Landmark!

scat pack

If you are a tenured MOPAR Enthusiast, then you have already heard of a MOPAR Scat Pack. Everyone who doesn’t know what a Scat Pack is, then this is for you……….

A Scat Pack is designed to boost the power, performance and handling of factory Dodge vehicles (also included Plymouth back in the day) with factory designed upgrade packages. MOPAR Performance Parts is re-introducing this concept with 3 different performance upgrade packages for 3 different 2014 Dodge models; 2014 Dodge Challenger R/T, Dodge Charger R/T and the Dodge Dart R/T. The availability of the New 2014 Scat Packs is going to be Spring 2014 and YES, Speedfactory will have them ready to install as well as ship to customers. 


Checkout the packages for each model below. 

 2014 Dodge Challenger R/T and Charger R/T
SCAT PACKAGE 1 5.7-liter  

  • “Optimized” engine calibration – tailored to Scat Package 1
  • Mopar cold air intake
  • Mopar cat-back exhaust
  • Scat Package 1 badge

SCAT PACKAGE 2 5.7-liter  

  • Adds:
  • “Optimized” engine calibration – tailored to Scat Package 2
  • Mopar performance camshaft
  • Scat Package 2 badge

SCAT PACKAGE 3 5.7-liter  

  • Adds:
  • “Optimized” engine calibration – tailored to Scat Package 3
  • Mopar performance ported and polished heads
  • Mopar hi-flow performance headers
  • Scat Package 3 badge

2014 Dodge Dart 

SCAT PACKAGE 1 2.4-liter

  • Mopar cold-air intake
  • Mopar short-throw shifter
  • Mopar performance brakes, including slotted rotors and performance brake pads

SCAT PACKAGE 2  2.4-liter

  • “Optimized” engine calibration (premium octane)
  • Mopar cat-back exhaust

SCAT PACKAGE 3 2.4-liter

  • Mopar big brake kit with stainless lines
  • Performance suspension with adjustable springs and struts
  • Upgraded performance front and rear sway bars




2014 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

2014 SpeedFactory Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

Come check out this 2014 Jeep Rubicon souped up with some SpeedFactory mods! This sleek black Rubicon is sure to turn some heads on and off-road. It has a 4 inch ProComp Lift, Fox Racing Shox with Reservoir fronts and non Reservoir rears, BushWhacker Flat fender flares, 20×12 Black Rhine Glamis wheels on matte black Toyo MT tires in 35/12.50/20, Smitty Built XRC front and rear plate steel bumpers, and last but not least KC HighLites 4 inch front fog lights!

Contact us about building your New 2014 Jeep Wrangler today! CLICK HERE!

It’s official…2012 Charger SRT8 Super Bee is back!

Designed and built for the core performance enthusiast, the 2012 Dodge Charger SRT8® Super Bee makes its public debut at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show on Nov. 9.

“The 2012 Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee is a salute to the fun-loving past of Dodge muscle cars powered by the legendary 392 HEMI® V-8 in a back-to-basics performance machine,” Ralph Gilles, President and CEO – SRT and Motorsports said.

Exclusive Super Bee Content Inside and Out

The race-inspired interior of the 2012 Charger SRT8 Super Bee features the SRT exclusive three-spoke contoured performance steering wheel, exclusive Z-stripe cloth performance seats with
amped yellow and silver striping in both the front and rear as well as silver accent stitching and embroidered Super Bee logos on each of the front seat headrests.

The instrument panel also features the Charger Super Bee logo on a unique dash plaque.
Newly modified software includes the appearance of the Super Bee logo in the center instrument panel’s Electronic Vehicle Information Center at vehicle start up.

On the exterior, the Charger Super Bee features a unique SRT badge with a 3-D helmeted bee mascot on the new split crosshair grille finished in Gloss Black.

Satin black hood graphics mirror the black decklid stripes with a solid wide center line flanked by solid dual tracer lines on the Stinger Yellow model, while charcoal gray graphics are used on the hood and decklid of the Pitch Black model. Standard rear decklid spoilers are matte black on the Stinger Yellow model or matching body color on the Pitch Black model.

Both front fenders tout the historically significant V-8 engine with “392 HEMI” badges first seen on the 2010 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392. Flanking both rear fenders are the legendary round Super Bee graphics, which now include the wording “Powered by SRT” to commemorate the modern incarnation of this celebrated performance icon.

New 20 x 9-inch, five-spoke cast-aluminum wheels with black painted pockets developed specifically for the Super Bee models provide a unique performance look.

Available Goodyear F1 Supercar three-season, ultra high performance tires give the Super Bee tenacious grip on the road or track. Also available are Goodyear Eagle RS-A 2 all-season tires that make the 2012 Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee an all-season performance machine.

Braking power for the Super Bee comes courtesy of SRT engineered Brembo brakes with vented and slotted rotors with four-piston Brembo calipers painted anodized black.

A limited number of 2012 Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee units will be built for the U.S. market. All Dodge Charger models are built at the Brampton Assembly plant in Brampton, Ontario, Canada.

Both Stinger Yellow and Pitch Black Super Bee models will be available for ordering in December at Dodge dealerships nationwide and will be arriving in U.S. dealer showrooms in the first quarter of 2012.

The first issue of Modern Mopar Magazine is on the way

Here is what the magazine is all about;

Modern Mopar Magazine is a brand new publication focused exclusively on late model Mopar vehicles. Intense coverage of the current Challenger, Charger and 300 as well as favorites such as the Magnum, Jeep SRT-8, Neon SRT-4 and Viper make Modern Mopar Magazine a one-of-a-kind publication. Modern Mopar Magazine provides sole and complete focus on the entire late model Chrysler Group line-up of vehicles for the enthusiast via new product releases, performance how-tos, racing and event coverage, technical explanations and project car builds.

SpeedFactory Cars SEMA wrap up

SpeedFactory Cars is fresh off the flight from Las Vegas, NV. The main purpose of the trip to the SEMA convention was to see what Mopar had up their sleeves. Here is a quick recap of what we found;

590 HP Alminum block 426

426 Gen III High Out HEMI and 426 Ready-to-Run Kits
Mopar also is featuring a more powerful, new crate version of the Gen III 426 HEMI V-8.

The Gen III High Output HEMI engine, with 590 horsepower on tap out of the box, is now available under part number P5156139.

Starting with a lightweight aluminum block that shaves more than 100 lbs. from the cast iron version, the Gen III High Output HEMI is professionally built and includes a stout, balanced lower reciprocating assembly that features a forged steel crankshaft with six bolt mains at 2, 3 and 4, and cross-bolted 4-bolt mains at 1 and 5. H-beam style rods are forged steel and coupled to forged 11:1 compression ratio aluminum pistons. Included is a revised windage tray to provide excellent oil dispersion and prevent oil aeration by the crankshaft.

The valvetrain starts with a more aggressive roller camshaft with .639 intake and .628 exhaust lift and cylinder heads that feature the latest designs for exceptional flow characteristics.

To help stabilize the valvetrain at high engine rpm, tie bars are available. Cast aluminum valve covers and billet fuel rails also are part of the Gen III High Output engine. Designed to run on premium pump gas with a minimum octane rating of 93, the newest HEMI V8 is ideal for off road competition or the latest restoration or resto – mod project.

Mopar also is offering two 426 Ready-to-Run engine control/base calibration kits, one for the High Output engine and one for the existing 426 crate engine.

Kits include a throttle body, engine harness and engine controller with base cal. These kits greatly reduce guess work and gets projects up and rolling. Depending on transmission type, axle ratio, and tire size, some final tuning may be required.

If you know SpeedFactory Cars, this will be the next power plant to bring one of our beasts alive.


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