2020 Ram SRT-10 Packs Viper-Powered Supercharged Specs, Redesign, & Review

2020 Ram SRT-10 Packs Viper-Powered Supercharged Specs, Redesign, & Review – At the point when Dodge discharged the Ram SRT-10 out of 2004, a great many people most likely idea it was bonkers. We wouldn’t make sure by what other means to depict a pickup with a Viper motor. In any case, somewhere around one individual felt that wasn’t sufficient, so he fabricated this one.

Ram Viper-Powered SRT-10 Packs Supercharged Secret

Ram Viper-Powered SRT-10 Packs Supercharged Secret

2020 Ram SRT-10 Packs Viper-Powered Supercharged Review

Where the 8.3-liter V10 in the “standard” Ram SRT-10 delivered 500 drive and 525 lb-ft (712 Nm) of torque, this one is supercharged to the tune of 613 hp and 628 lb-ft (851 Nm). All that muscle and turn is directed to the back wheels through a six-speed Hurst shifter extending on a long neck from the floor. What’s more, with only a vacant bed over the back wheels, it must be a hell of a mammoth to deal with.

Ram Viper-Powered SRT-10 Packs Supercharged Secret Specs

Ram Viper-Powered SRT-10 Packs Supercharged Secret Specs

The Paxton Novi 2000 supercharger wasn’t the main update, as the custom truck additionally includes a water-to-air intercooler, redesigned fuel framework, customizable front suspension, MagnaFlow fumes, and the sky is the limit from there.

Ram Viper-Powered SRT-10 Packs Supercharged Secret Interior

Ram Viper-Powered SRT-10 Packs Supercharged Secret Interior

With 10,000 miles (16,093 km) on the odometer, the vehicle seems to have been fairly very much kept up, and as of late sold at Barrett-Jackson’s Northeast sale for $36,300 – which wouldn’t be sufficient to get you into another Ram 1500 Sport nowadays with the 5.7-liter Hemi V8.