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Old 11-29-2003, 06:02 AM
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Fuck pussy hybrids. I haven't seen any hybrid worth the first look, esp not a second
Hmm, u voted Bush huh? Cause this is very shortsighted. Hybrids are the future, and with the instant torque the new ones develop, 0-80mph sprints will be incredible very soon.....
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Originally posted by 1SICKLEX
Hmm, u voted Bush huh?
Hell no! Not saying I liked Gore any better tho...

Cause this is very shortsighted. Hybrids are the future, and with the instant torque the new ones develop, 0-80mph sprints will be incredible very soon.....
Well future this, future that blah blah - until I see/drive one it's a pipe dream. It's not that I have anything against hybrids, it's just all the current ones are tree hugger transports. Until they finally figure them out what to do with them, I'll play with one of these.
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proaudio, I'm fooling around. No replacement for displacement. Well technology.
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Fuck pussy hybrids. I haven't seen any hybrid worth the first look, esp not a second.
ME GRIMLOCK, STOMP U W/ 5 TON, 3 MPG FAST TRUCK!


Sorry couldnt resist.
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Oh.. the crossfire will get the SRT-6 version with 300 HP!... now the crossfire will have a chance to compete with Z350 and and the S2000 and Audi TT! Porsche S.

Not bad, no?
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MotorTrend road-tested it at:

0-60= 5.2 secs
1/4 mile= 13.86 @101.5 mph
60-0= 122 ft
600 ft slalom= 62.3mph
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This is the Lightning concept interior ... check out the short-throw shifter on it ... The F-150 based Lightning is going to be a far superior vehicle IMO.

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that shifter reminds me of viva la bam where they get the shifter for the moms pt to extend to teh roof
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As a result, says Knott, the SRT-10 can go from standing still to 60 mph in five seconds and can turn the quarter-mile in the 14-second bracket. And the suspension and those big brakes work together to stop the truck from 60 in less than 120 feet, he adds, noting that the rotors are thick enough to resist brake fade even through 10 consecutive hard stops.[/IMG]






We drove the Viper-powered Ram on roads in and around Austin, Texas, and on an autocross course set up at the old Austin airport, where Dodge provided a Ford F-150 Lightning for back-to-back comparison runs through the orange cones.

On the roads, we were impressed -- needless to say, though we’ll say it anyway – by the truck’s torque. This Ram seemed content to cruise in third, fourth, fifth or sixth gear – and at 60 mph in sixth gear it was pulling only 1400 rpm.

The slightest touch of the accelerator pedal was met with immediate – and intense – reaction.

Fast? No. Very fast! Yet amazingly smooth riding, as well, with rear wheel hop only on the roughest pieces of broken pavement, and then only when we really we on the pedal. Steering was sure-footed and we felt in complete control with the truck well composed, even in fast left-right and right-left transitions on winding Texas hill country byways.

And you won’t believe the brakes. We remember one of our early laps at Firebird in the Viper racecar and how those brakes were so good we nearly stopped, embarrassingly short of the turn at the end of the straightaway. Well, the Viper-powered Ram has brakes as serious about whoa as its engine is about go.

Those brakes also came in handy at the stop box at the end of the autocross circuit, where the fat Pirellis provided enough grip – fore and aft as well as laterally – so we could put the V10’s full power to the pavement without having to worry about speed limits, and with little thought to the limits of adhesion, for that matter.

At the autocross, we did our first laps in the Ram, then tried the Lightning, then returned to the Ram.

The Ford costs some $12,000 less than the Dodge, and also weighs nearly 500 pounds less, but its supercharged 5.4-liter V8 has two fewer cylinders, 120 less horsepower and 75 fewer pound-feet of torque to send to its 18-inch tires, and that power flows through a four-speed automatic, not a six-speed manual. The Lightning also is lower – you step in, not climb in – and feels more nimble through the cones, but the frustration with the Ford on the autocross was having to wait for the supercharger to spool up and so the V8 could spit out its power.

On the other hand, the Ram’s power was always there – ready, willing and as eager to strike as a venomous snake -- from the instant you tipped into the throttle until you ran out of room on a straightaway or reached a corner.



That power, plus the truck’s steering response, suspension and brakes combined to cause a state of disbelief that we were driving a 5100-pound pickup truck.

Except for the fact that we were sitting so tall in the saddle, we might have thought we were driving a Viper, albeit a practical Viper, but isn’t that the point we’ve been trying to make all along?
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those straight line numbers seem crappy considering an auto lightning can break 13's.
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Originally posted by heyitsme
those straight line numbers seem crappy considering an auto lightning can break 13's.
I agree. We should wait to see other tests.
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Originally posted by gavriil
I agree. We should wait to see other tests.


I wonder how it would look sitting down on those tires? (Dropped)
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This looks MUCH Better!
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This looks MUCH Better!
Wings on a Pickup Truck =
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agreed..but you have to admit it looks much better lowered.
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man that truck is hot.
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Originally posted by mantis23
man that truck is hot.


And you guys are nutz...that wing looks just fine, and it's acutally functional too.
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i didn't see it in this thread, but I read in January Edition of Automobile magazine that the base price would be over $45,000. Yikes.

they tested it @ 13.9 1/4, 5.3 0-60 just for comparison.

I don't recall the braking & slalom test numbers though.
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God, I love Daimler Chrysler!
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It's 5100lbs folks, those #'s seem right. Maybe shave another .3 or so with slicks.

13.3 13.4 is my best estimate for 5100lbs @ 500hp.

She's a big bitch!
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that is niiiiiice
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Originally posted by SiGGy
It's 5100lbs folks, those #'s seem right. Maybe shave another .3 or so with slicks.

13.3 13.4 is my best estimate for 5100lbs @ 500hp.

She's a big bitch!

The funny thing is that a Porsche Boxster S will do the 0-60 in about 5.3 (if not slower). And this is done by a truck and people still want more
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Motor Trend mag tested it at:

0-60= 4.8 seconds
1/4= 13.19 @ 107.07 mph
60-0= 127 feet
Skidpad= 0.81 g
Slalom= 61.7 mph
Price= about $45K

The Titan ran in 7.2 for the 0-60 and 15.32 for the 1/4.
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I like the SRT Ram, but I'm waiting to see what brings with the 05 Lightning.....if it looks anything like the concept, I might actually consider my first pickup.

The VCA is having a ltd edition RAM SRT.


http://www.viperclubofamerica.com/web/vcaleftbutton.htm

Announcement........

Thanks to our friends at Dodge, the VCA will be honored with a special edition vehicle that will ONLY be available to VCA members, and ONLY 50 units will be custom prepared!

NUMBER ONE of these vehicles will be the next VCA raffle vehicle, so that leaves 49 of these unbelievably special units FOR VCA MEMBERS PURCHASE ONLY!

How are we going to make sure that everyone gets an even chance at being the proud owner of one of these vehicles?

By requesting you submit a "registration" form (with your firm commitment to purchase the vehicle if chosen... AND agree to an amazing additional twist to your delivery!), which then will be placed in a pool of all forms, forty-nine then to be randomly selected by a blindfolded, unbiased, spun around until their dizzy, third party audited, individual.

You will then be given ample (but quick) opportunity to RUN to your friendly Dodge dealer (SRT certified, of course) to order the vehicle. (If confirmation of this does not take place in the allotted time, our blindfolded individual will be blindfolded once again.... and another lucky selection will be notified of their opportunity).

HERE'S THE BEST PART!

ALL of the lucky 49 MUST (yes, you must commit to this!) participate in a "special delivery ceremony" at......

2004 DAYTONA 500!

Dodge will be supplying your admission, but travel and lodging will be your responsibility (just consider this part of the purchase price!). Your vehicle will be present at this event, but will then be transported to your delivering dealer (no drive-aways necessary...nor available)

Details?

50 Special Edition Ram SRT-10’s!

Special Edition Ram SRT-10 Content:

Blue Paint with Bone White Stripes
Embroidered VCA logo on head rest
Embroidered SRT logo on floor mats
VCA logo decal on the exterior of the box between the rear wheel opening and
tail lamp on both sides
Commemorative dash plaque with serial number and to be signed by Dr. Wolfgang Bernhard
Pace car for the Daytona 500 truck race (and other Dodge dealer sponsored
races) would be this “Special Edition” Ram SRT-10
First of the 50 special edition Ram SRT-10’s for one raffle
VCA member can select the SRT Dealer of their choice for delivery
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Macho Ram SRT-10 roars

Truck with Viper engine blows away competition

By Paul & Anita Lienert / Special to The Detroit News




If you’ve seen Dodge’s “Hemi Boys” — Southern good ole boys who star in the company’s TV ads and whose vocabulary seems limited to the words “sweet” and “hemi” — you know the type of guy at whom the 2004 Dodge Ram SRT-10 is aimed.

The SRT-10 borrows its V-10 engine from the 500-horsepower Viper sports car, giving this Ram the highest displacement engine in a factory pickup. It blows away its closest competitor, the Ford SVT F-150 Lightning in terms of sheer, raw power.

Our task was to determine if the SRT package, which adds a whopping $22,575 to the base price of a standard Ram 1500 SLT pickup, is worth the money. And whether women could relate to this nine-mile-per-gallon, testosterone-dripping wonder.

The bottom line on our test vehicle: $45,795.

He: Driving the Viper truck, as some folks call the SRT-10, was something of a soul-searching experience for me.

She: It was something of a shoulder-wrenching experience for me. Especially when I had to get my stepladder out of the garage to chip off the snow and sleet that I couldn’t otherwise reach on the windshield of this behemoth. I kept thinking to myself, what if I were in an offsite parking lot at Metro Airport and didn’t have my ladder? But I guess that’s what you have the pickup bed for — to haul your ladder and sundry other items to make this truck fully operational for the average short woman.

He: I felt like I was testing my inner boy when I drove the SRT-10. I mean, what red-blooded male wouldn’t respond to 10 cylinders, 500 horses and 525 pounds-feet of torque? And we haven’t even talked about the 505-watt sound system. But I passed the test. You don’t have to buy me one for our anniversary. The message I walked away with is that Chrysler is, once and for all, over the top with a truck that has too much power and too many rough edges, and costs too much money.

She: I found that cabin totally shocking and foreign. You don’t just turn the key to start the engine, you have to press a big red Viper-style button on the dash. The custom Hurst shift lever with the Viper shift knob begins to vibrate wildly as the engine rumbles to life. The subliminal meaning is almost ludicrous. Come to think of it, it’s not even subliminal. On theother hand, this truck does its job. I had so many young guys nearly drive off the road, straining to get a better look at it.

He: Our friend Larry, who owns a Corvette convertible, checked out the SRT-10 with a rueful smile. He said, “It’s an animal — a sports-car owner’s worst nightmare. Every redneck who buys one will want to race you — and will beat you!”

She: In other words, it’s totally worth the extra $22,575 for the package, which includes such necessities as a “power bulge” hood, a functional rear wing and a 160-mile-per-hour speedometer. Without being the least bit facetious, however, I was impressed by this Ram’s feminine side. It’s got very thoughtful touches, like power adjustable pedals, lighted vanitymirrors, dual-zone climate controls and even a little purse hook.

He: Honey, I think that hook was to hold your dead squirrels before you skin ‘em.

She: I was all set to give this vehicle five stars because it does exactly what it set out to do with its target male audience. But we both agreed that the SRT-10 has lousy assembly quality, with noticeable gaps between trim pieces and such bizarre add-ons as a strip of material along the driver’s-side A-pillar whose sole function appears to be to hide a largergap. What’s the point of lavishing on such details as making red brake calipers visible behind the 22-inch wheels when you can’t even get the simple pieces right?

He: If your sole purpose in life is to blow off other vehicles in a straight line when you’re roaring away from a stoplight, the SRT-10 should do the trick. In that department, it will eat a Ford SVT Lightning for breakfast, lunch and dinner. In just about every other practical sense, however, this truck isn’t much fun to live with. The ride is rough, almost bone-jarringly so. The suspension is so stiff, it tends to skitter alarmingly on choppy pavement. The fat tires make it difficult to park in tight spaces. I guess you need to ask yourself, how much do I want to pay for a major shot of adrenaline?


Anita and Paul Lienert are partners in Lienert & Lienert, a Detroit-based automotive information services company.
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WOW LOOK AT THAT INTERIOR!!!!!!!!!!
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Dodge Ram to get ‘Rumble Bee’ appearance package;

Car News briefs: Ram to get ‘Rumble Bee’ appearance package;

By AUTOWEEK



Ready to Rumble?

Starting this month, Dodge will begin cranking out 3700 special-edition Ram SLTs with the “Rumble Bee” package. The truck gets no extra horsepower, but it will have unique body cladding, body-colored taillight guards, a hood scoop, chrome exhaust, 20-inch wheels and cool exterior graphics and interior trim, including Rumble Bee logos on the door inserts, and a numbered badge.

Like its namesake, the truck comes in two colors, yellow and black. Package price is $2,600, available only on the Ram 1500 SLT regular cab, two- or four-wheel-drive models.
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Here's a pic of the "Rumble - Bee"

http://www.autoweek.com/cat_content...._code=07516058

BZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

Don't get stung!!!!!!!!!!
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did they take some of the bodywork from the srt 10?
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i wouldnt buy it...
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what is the point of that? at least add some hp!

anyone who pays 2600 to ugly up their ram is an idiot.
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Damn thats a bright yellow.

No new HP just sound and looks? :gaylaugh:
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