Tire Shredding Tuesday: Dodge Ram SRT10 Quad Cab Destroys the Rear Skins
The Dodge Ram SRT10 Quad Cab was powered by the 8.3L V10 from the Dodge Viper SRT10, sending 510 horsepower and 525lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels by means of a 4-speed automatic transmission. The bigger Quad Cab Ram SRT10 wasn’t quite as fast as the regular cab models due to the added weight […] More »
When we last left you, the Hennessey Performance twin-turbo Viper was having technical difficulties in achieving 230 miles per hour down the Maxton Mile. First it was the transmission causing problems, then it was the engine computer. With those hurdles cleared, it’s time for the sprint, and the HP gang is not messing around.
Hennessey Performance recently grabbed a lot of headlines for hitting 270.49 miles per hour with its 1,244-bhp Venom GT.
But reaching such insane speeds hasn’t always been so easy for the Sealy, TX tuner. Back in 2008, it juiced up a Dodge Viper Competition Coupe with twin turbos and a slew of other hi-po goodies in an attempt to go 230 mph over the course of the Maxton Mile.
The fact that the Dodge Ram SRT10 Regular Cab is the fastest TRUE production pickup truck of all times is awesome but DodgeForum moderator CarGuyOhio decided that wasn’t enough – adding a Roe supercharged to make big power from the V10 Viper engine. The result is one nasty truck but more importantly for the DodgeForum.com […] More »
Some people in the go-fast world will try to downplay the Dodge Ram SRT10 Quad Cab because it was big, heavy and only came with an automatic transmission but those critics should keep in mind that as pickups go – the SRT10 Quad Cab was still very fast. Today’s Truckin Fast Wednesday feature takes a […] More »