1. at least spell it correctly.quickcanuck said:I decided to post because I am a sick of reading every second post from WickdSVT and other SVT owners that feel the need to defend my truck against yours.
Those are US times...if it was Canadian I would have to multiply by 1.439 seconds said:One question quickcanuck, is that 11 seconds Canadian or 11 seconds US?
very cool thanks canuck.Wikdsvt said:1. at least spell it correctly.
2. the only time I defend MY truck is when someone steps over the line I call them out on it.
3. I think I contributed a little (phenolic spacer, traction bars, weight reduction etc...) to this site.
I'm loved no where, even my own kind cast me out
I don't think that would be a problem as long as the vehicle is centered on the trailer correctly. In reality, there should only be a couple hundred pounds of tounge weight on the trucks suspension, wheels and tires. I read 9 seconds sticky about towing, and it makes sense to me that the 'pulling' aspect of towing may be the problem ---> Clutch? Personally, I doubt I'd have a problem with frying the clutch while towing, but I'm not willing to risk voiding a warranty on 45K worth of new vehicle, if by chance I do have any driveline problems, which the dealer decides towing was the cause of.Hemi57 said:Hammrhead i bet if you put some air bags that help the rear sag on the rear end of the truck, and fixed the tires up for it, the truck could tow 5000#
well said quickcanuck!
I believe to 50 hp extra was after the 500 base (its still all guessing by everyone however.) I don't think there is much of a chance of a 6 speed from what I have read either.Hemi57 said:trev17, the report in my Truck SUV Van buyers guide and a few other places say that the new 450HP L (450 because the supercooler wont be there) will have the SAME tranny as the SRT, a T56 Tremec.
Boomers working on getting a supercharger. I think he should have some good feedback after a while.trev17 said:is the t56 standard in this area of sport cars or is that a direct bite from the pvo boys?
Yes, I think so. Isn't that what I wrote?Hemi57 said:Hamrhead, couple hundred pounds of tongue weight?
During the motor trend truck of the year test, they did the SRT 10 1/4 mile at 13.1, then put 650lbs IN THE BED and got a 13.5 i think.
I would think that if it can handle 650lbs of payload, it can handle a couple hundred pounds of tongue weight cant it?