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Re: Calling 6.7 Cummings Owners

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G1355 said: (quoted from post at 17:17:15 03/25/13) To start off you can't put 3:73 in the powerwagon all have 4:56, second off the hemi puts out more than fords 6.2 gas, it puts out 385hp instead of 395hp not sure on ft. Lb.of torque, and you'll say its over 400, but that's peak horsepower, I like companing bhp, to peak. And if you think a powerwagon can only pull a 5th wheel trailer weighing 9375lb hahaha, the skid loader alone I pull weighs more than that, not alone the extra 10 round bales, and for some reason you don't get it, if the ecoboost is so powerful, why isn't it in the 2500 like the hemi.

Not to burst your bubble, 2014 dodge is putting the 6.4 hemi with 475hp in there trucks instead of the 5.7, the same motor as in the srt8 challenger, lets see others compete with that.
G1355, I wouldn't get to excited about the 6.4 hemi in name only as it is just another dodge engine with big hp numbers and lower perfomance numbers, can't even beat a doggie 5.0 coyote in a drag race hmmmmmmm, chuck
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 Re: Calling 6.7 Cummings Owners in reply to chucksoliver77, 03-25-2013 16:32:39  
That srt8 challenger with a six speed manual will beat about anything, ss camaros, gt500 mustangs, and anything else. Not to mention they don't cut out until 183 unlike camaro and mustang at around 148mph.

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