Direct Connection is returning to assist Dodge muscle aficionados to get the most from their cars. The announcement should excite Dodge enthusiasts with new “Tuner” and “Stage” kits to improve power, as well as components for both road and racing purposes.
Dodge calls Direct Connection a crucial step in its future goals as part of its “Never Lift” enthusiast-focused marketing. Parts will be accessible through Dodge's “Power Brokers” dealer network starting late Q1 2022.
Direct Connection will give Challenger Hellcat and Redeye owners more tweaking choices.
This contains pre-stage kits to boost efficiency, a Stage 1 kit that boosts Redeye and Hellcat performance to 840 hp (852 PS/626 kW) and 757 hp (767 PS/564 kW), and a Stage 2 kit that boosts Redeye power to 885 hp (897 PS/660 kW). For the Redeye model, the business also sells cylinder heads, 41-spline half shafts, driveshafts, diff assemblies, torque converter kits, high-flow air boxes, and piston and rod components.
In the meantime, the Challenger Hellcat receives a widebody fender flare and fascia kit, as well as a 2019 Challenger Hellcat hood, front fascia, airbox, and air-catcher intake system. A Challenger lighted air-catcher headlight kit and zero camber rear knuckles are also available.
A 7.50 body kit, a racing driveline kit, a RaceTech base seat kit, a race suspension kit, an engine controller kit, graphics, and more will be available through Direct Connection. It also offers five crate engines, the most powerful of which is the 1,000 horsepower (1,014 PS/746 kW) Hellephant.
By downloading the e-catalog, you may go over all of the parts. All components are guaranteed by the manufacturer, and those fitted by Dodge Power Brokers are covered by a 24-month, unlimited-mileage parts warranty. Likewise, Direct Connection crate engines come with a three-year/100,000-mile guarantee.