For large scenes and safe chases in “Fast & Furious 4” used Dodge Charger with 7-liter 426 HEMI engine with BDS 8-71 supercharger. There are also Sunoco Racing Fuel System, Flowmaster muffler, Hotchiks suspension, Wilwood brakes, Headman collector, Flowmaster exhaust, Holley fuel pump, Earl’s fuel lines, Cell JAZ fuel system. Exterior body kit type R/T, hood is made by Hannaman and Coys C-5 rims. Only five of these Dodge Chargers has been involved in the shooting, though not all were prepared so thoroughly.
Exposed in the Volo Museum for 129,000 dollars Dodge Charger hides under the hood the engine from Chevrolet 350 V8 displacement of more than 5 liters.
Interesting fact: In Fast & Furious 4 the car is used not exactly a 1970 Charger R/T HEMI 426, as in the original movie, it is the model of the 1969 with a modified front grille, stylized like in 1970 model year. The original Dodge Charger from the first The Fast and the Furious movie has been disassembled into pieces for a complete restoration and at the time of filming remained in that state.
Well, the most interesting fact about the Fast and Furious 4 Dodge Charger: two or three copies prepared for the film have been converted from copies of General Lee Charger, which is familiar to many on the cult film and the TV series The Dukes of Hazzard. Just now, even in the US it is difficult to find the legendary Charger on the go and at a reasonable price, so the car coordinator of “Fast and the Furious 4” has addressed to colleagues who have sold a couple of Universal General Lee left after filming in 2005.