TOXIC CUMMINS-POWERED DODGE CHARGER HAULING A BOAT On The Highway: This Is Something You Don’t See Everyday!

We are used to see Dodge Chargers from 2009 and 2008 or some older ones on the highways but for sure you haven’t seen something similar like our Dodge Charger!

When you are on the highway and a 2009 Dodge Charger is trying to surpass, you immediately think he is packing the premium 6.1-liter V8 with 425HP. All of this sounds like a normal situation! But imagine you are driving on the highway one day and you meet a Dodge Charger hauling a boat, yeah, nothing suspicious at first. A moment later, strange noise is vaporizing your ears and yeah it comes from the Charger.

But the moment after you see a rolling coal from the Charger, how cool, Charger with 24v Cummins under the hood! The owner is maybe a passionate sailor so he needs to haul his boat everywhere and he needs a massive towing power and who else can provide that if not the toxic 24v Cummins. 5.9-liter I6 with 325HP and 400lb-ft of torque plus some unknown upgrades are the perfect match for the situation above.

Watch the video bellow and see the Dodge Charger how is releasing toxic diesel smoke, precious sight.



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2 thoughts on “TOXIC CUMMINS-POWERED DODGE CHARGER HAULING A BOAT On The Highway: This Is Something You Don’t See Everyday!

  1. Ross

    Not to be one of those douches but the 24v cummins is an Inline-6 (I6) or Straight-6 cylinder configuration

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      Thanks for the notice Ross. We fixed the error.

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