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Old 02-08-2004, 11:46 AM   #31
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Originally posted by moerom
SRT/10 can only haul 500 lbs.

My truck was 28, 000 USD, can haul over 4500 lbs, meaning that it serves its purpose and justifies its price.

4500 lbs. that's a lot of bootie to be hauling around

i agree! it's just wrong to put a viper motor in a truck.. truck motors should be low peak RPM and with gobs of torque.. that's why the SVT works so well.. it's supercharged balls to the walls hauling power
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Old 02-08-2004, 05:22 PM   #32
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i haven't got my g1 yet so it'd be tough going up against moe... i'd even put my money on moe... lol... only driven that beast in the driveway... but yes jon... those hemi's do rumble... at the highway it's probably thinking.. more gas, MORE GAS... even tho me and my mom are at 160-170... :d...

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