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The owners of the dealership I work at just bought one and I have to say it is one impressive car. Just pulling it in the shop you could tell the raw torque that v10 has is awesome. Is it enough? There is never enough when someone has more......
'98 durango 4x4 5.9l, 3.92 diff, 46re 4speed, nv242hd transfercase, home brew cai, sct tuned by hemifever, kegger mod, rockin goodyear duratracs. When talking about towing - There no replacement for displacement.
Yes, they should have done this instead of screwing with the gearing on the transmission. In doing this, they took a car that was doing decent on gas and made it bad again while making it harder for Dodge to win the 0-60 runs as it now has to be shifted.
Fiat needs to pay careful attention to the mistakes made during the Daimler years and learn that if they try to protect their high end cars from Dodge beating them, they are shooting themselves in the foot as Chevrolet will not hold back and is probably on the verge of beating their high end cars too. If Dodge does a better job with simpler technology, don't punish success, LEARN FROM IT!!!
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