Scat Pack vs SRT 392: Which Mopar Wins?

Dodge’s Challenger and Charger are two of the most popular cars on the market. The beloved Mopar machines rose to fame with a stable of massive, high horsepower V8 engines and no shortage of character. Specifically, one of the finest powerplant offerings in the Dodge library is the 6.4L naturally aspirated Hemi V8 engine. If that engine wasn’t enough, both the Scat Pack and SRT 392 pack the 6.4L engine. So which is the better car?

What is a Scat Pack engine?

A yellow and black Dodge Challenger Scat Pack Shaker | Atilgan Ozdil, Getty Images

The Charger and Challenger Scat Pack comes from the factory with a 6.4L engine. That engine is a tire-roasting 485-horsepower Apache Hemi V8. Also, the Apache Hemi is naturally aspirated, so throttle response is quick and not reliant on the delay of spooling turbos. The side panels of both Dodge Charger and Challenger Scat Packs are emblazoned with a racing bee and ‘6.4L,’ referring to the engine’s size in liters.

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