By Patrick Rall
The Toyota Supra is one of the most respected Japanese sports cars of all time and when modified, they can build serious power from their inline 6-cylinder engine but the powerful Cummins Ram pickup in the video below has an inline 6-cylinder of its own…one that packs enough power to give the mighty Supra a big run for its money.
Unfortunately, as the video comes to an end, we do not get to see the trap speed of the Cummins Ram or the elapsed time of the Supra due to the old school scrolling style timing boards but we do get to see that the Ram ran a time of 11.44 while the Super pulled out an incredible trap speed of 141.78 miles per hour. The comments suggest that this Supra runs times in the low 10 second to high 9 second range and based on that trap speed and the sound of the Supra as it blows past the cameraman, those times seem very reasonable. However, there doesn’t seem to be a win light at the end of the track but based on how far ahead the Ram was around the midpoint of the race – the big diesel powered pickup may have beaten the built Japanese sports car to the finish line.
In any case, the fact that this Ram rolled enough coal to prevent us from seeing who won while also pulling hard enough away from the starting line to hold a lead through much of the race makes this video worthy of the Black Friday feature here on DodgeForum.com.