Unfortunately... the history of R/T seems to be lost on the Krauts. As well as Charger. A 4 dr. Charger... an R/T SUV? Hello? They're all abbreviation happy it seems. Any name that ends with an A, I or O must sell too... even if they make up the name. I get a kick out of Armada tho. What the hell does that thing have to do with "Navy"? Nova was another one... 'Won't go' in Spanish slang I think it was. KIA is another one... "Killed In Action".
How fast ya wanna go... 'How much money ya got?
Actually, I read Racing Technology on the internet somewhere, did not claim it to be fact.....guess you only get to post things if your an expert? And I'm not German.
R/T Radio Telephone
R/T Real Time
R/T Record of Trial
R/T Reprocurement Technician
R/T Research & Technology
R/T Road & Track
R/T Round-Trip (travel booking)
And I add Racing Technology...so there.
And SXT? SXT stands for "Soft X-Ray Transient" which means that the black hole candidate orbits around a visible star which is at most about as heavy as the Sun and that the whole system occasionally emits soft X-rays.
Maybe I should have bought one of those.........Earth to FlatEric.....
It started with the original Trans Am Road Racing series.....all American pony cars only. R/T = road and track. I think just in the name of nostalgia, they called the hot rod Magnum ...RT.... just to use a recognizable name.....just like Hemi.
my other toys
1966 Custom Dodge Coronet
88 Corvette Roadster (for sale to help pay for my already ordered Challenger)
I thought it meant "Road and Track also. But I did read somewhere that a DCX engineer said it was Race Technology. You can buy a Charger R/T with an "R/T" option. (ten more horses, stiffer springs, basicly a Daytona package without the orange paint). So I guess it would be an R/T Charger with a R/T option package. Kind of redundant, you think?