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SRT-10 photo provided by Keith  Wiebensohn

The engine-bay of the Ram SRT-10 contains the largest engine in a factory pickup truck - the 8.3-liter V-10,
which easily surpasses any other pickup with a class-demolishing 500 horsepower and 500 lb.-ft. of torque.

These Detroit Auto Show photos were contrinbuted by Keith Wiebensohn



The Dodge Ram SRT-10 is one of three new 'extreme performance' models from the Dodge brand. Along with the all-new Dodge SRT-4 and Viper, which will also carry the SRT-10 name, all three were developed by a newly created entity called Performance Vehicle Operations (PVO). This new group brings together the expertise from Chrysler Group's specialty vehicle, Mopar parts business and motorsports operations.
Type: V-10, OHC
Displacement: 8.3-liter
Horsepower: 500 bhp
Torque: 500 lb.-ft.
Wheelbase: 120.5
Box Length: 6.30 ft.
Front Track: 68.0
Rear Track: 67.4
Overall Length: 207.7
Overall Width: 79.9
Overall Height: 73.4
Fuel Tank Capacity: 26 gal.
Curb Weight (estimated): 5,000 lbs.
Performance (estimated)
0-60 mph 5.0 sec
0-80 mph 9.0 sec.
Standing 1/4 mile 12.9 sec. @106 mph
0-100-0 mph 18 sec.
Lateral acceleration 0.92 g
Slalom 69 mph
Top Speed 150 MPH
To stop the Ram SRT-10 quickly, all four wheels are equipped with disc Viper disc brakes, ABS, and fascia-mounted, faired-in brake ducts to improve brake cooling.

Dodge's SRT-10, shown for the first time at the Jan 2002 North American International Auto Show, provides an unbeatable combination - the class-leading attributes of the 2002 Dodge Ram pickup and the powertrain of the ultimate performance car, the 2003 Dodge Viper SRT-10.

The Dodge Ram SRT-10's power is channeled through a Viper six-speed manual transmission that connects to a modified differential and new driveshaft.

Photos below are from Daimler-Chrysler

Steering control is provided by a modified rack and pinion steering and independent front suspension from the 2002 Dodge Ram, performance-tuned springs and shocks, a rear sway bar, an inch-lower ride height, and the stiffest frame in Ram history. A recalibrated, quick-ratio power steering unit enhances steering feel. 24-inch wheels and 305/35 R24 high-performance tires help the truck pull an estimated 0.92 g's on the skid pad and hit almost 70 mph on the slalom.

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