Discussion in 'Dodge Ram SRT-10' started by hemi_hawk, Sep 3, 2018.
I have seen several srt trucks on auto trader they are all 6 speed
Regular cab or quad cab? If it’s a quad cab and it says a 6 speed (manual, not 65rfe like the newer 6 speed automatics) then it’s either a swap or a misprint
I Bleed Ram Trucks
Guarantee you they are all regular cabs
It isn’t the 5.7s fault that Fiat can’t design a drivetrain to not blow apart. But of corse in there defense there is no reason for you to be at those speeds(tho been there in my 04 few times) The srt will prob have more fun factor, stock for stock tho I bet the rt would win.
In July 2004, a Dodge Ram SRT-10, driven by NASCAR driver Brendan Gaughan set both the Guinness World Record and Sports Car Club of America's record for the world's fastest production truck with an average speed of 154.587 mph
Which got eclipsed by a Holden Ute because they allowed what was basically an El Camino with an LS engine to run as a truck and not the car it actually is.
I know this is older but for what it's worth I pulled a quad cab SRT to the 106 limiter and he got the jump.i have a deleted muffler and he had some type of exhaust not sure as to what though.
I have a 04 SRT-10 which is the 6 speed Tremec. All 04’s were regular cab Tremecs. In 05-06 they made the quad cab which could only be had in an automatic, which is the same transmission as the diesel 2500 counter parts. However, they had different valving and tuning to adjust for the different engine operating characteristics. I love the SRT, I’ve had it for years and just can’t seem to part with it. I’ve never driven the R/T but am confident from seeing various 1/4 mile times that it would pull the stock SRT. Like many have said though you’re talking about a 15 year old truck vs. a 1 to 4ish year old. The SRT is a torque monster with gobs of low end, it will shred the 305’s without even trying. The fuel economy is terrible I get around 10mpg with heavy driving but mine is a weekend warrior now and she is garage kept.
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