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.
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.
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.
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.