ram srt-10. it still comes with a slushbox and i thought it weigh more like 5000 pounds, that removeable hardtop isnt lite.alextaylor29 said:I think this would be a great match up. The new Chevy 05 SSR has the 6.0L LS2 Engine. 0-60 MPH is in the low 5's apparently and it *only* weighs 4,600 lbs.
What do you guys think? Which truck would be faster?
Wrong Buddy - 6 Speed is also available now!earl lee said:ram srt-10. it still comes with a slushbox and i thought it weigh more like 5000 pounds, that removeable hardtop isnt lite.
I've seen more Ram SRT-10s on the road in the 5 weeks I've had mine than I've seen SSRs since they started selling them.sanchoba said:maybe they built that many,but i don't think their selling, iv'e seen quite a few sitting at various dealers!
I fully understand what you are saying but, IMO, with the right driver the SRT is already capable of this stock, and would be most certainly attainable for less than $1K in mods, letalone $5K. Again, IMO.alextaylor29 said:The *only* caveat to this is the inexpensive mods available for the Ls1 and Ls2 egine. For a paltry $5,000 you could easily have the SSR running 12's with it's auto and doing 0-60 MPH in the 4 second range.
Very true.stinker said:Guys we got the truck everybody is going to badmouth. For 5000 we can make a ssr faster, for x amount we can make a ford faster, well the fact is the ram has set the standard stock, no supercharger nothing just 10 cylinders.
No arguement here. The SRT is the undisputed King of the Hill . My wife works for a Chevy dealer. They have had some problems moving their SSR's for the last couple of months. I'm sure the weather has had something to do with that, but I think the real problem is they let the cat out of the bag about the 05 upgrades prior to getting the 04's off the lots. Not wise.alextaylor29 said:Very true.