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Dodge Ram SRT-10 Vs Ford Lightning SVT

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Consolidating the requirement for speed with a pickup truck body style has been a triumphant recipe for American automakers. This achievement is proven by the energy for the RAM TRX and Ford F-150 Raptor. Thus, we’ll utilize this Auction Dilemma to take a gander at two instances of early execution trucks. How about we look at a 2002 Ford Lightning SVT and a 2004 Dodge Ram SRT-10.

2002 Ford Lightning SVT

Envision possessing an elite exhibition vehicle and keeping away from the enticement not to pile up a great many miles? We’ll caps off to the proprietor of this Lightning SVT truck. It’s 20 years of age and has under 4,000 miles. It additionally has one more qualification as purportedly filling in as the authority pace vehicle for the 2002 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race at the Homestead-Miami Speedway. A couple of paint chips are refered to, however this truck seems unblemished in any case. F150hub.com reports 1,018 Silver Clearcoat Metallic Lightnings were worked for 2002.

While it’s no V-10, the supercharged 5.4-liter Triton V-8 could stand its ground with 380 strength and 450 lb-ft of force. Vehicle and Driver said the Lightning had a similar 0-60 time as the SRT-10. Interesting how constrained enlistment innovation can adjust for less chambers. The Lightning likewise has back tire drive yet rather utilizes a four-speed programmed.

Inside hardware incorporates dim softened cowhide/dark calfskin seating, a power driver’s seat, power extras, and a sound framework with a six-circle CD transformer.

2004 Dodge Ram SRT-10

It would have been amusing to be in the principal meeting where somebody proposed stuffing a Viper motor into a pickup. Was it a snapshot of mistrust or an assortment of gesturing heads? Maybe it was a touch of both. Furthermore the Ram SRT-10 was never about truck utility; it was simply one more stage for Dodge’s slobber commendable powerplant. With under 17,000 miles on the clock and a guaranteed “perfectly saved” condition, this Dodge is a heavenly example of craziness. As indicated by vipertruckregistry.com, Dodge assembled only 1,040 ordinary taxi SRT-10s in Flame Red for this model year. The Quad Cab form would open up in 2005.

In the engine lies a brutal 8.2-liter V-10 contribution (when new) 500 pull and 525 lb-ft of force. Evade kept things basic (and modest) by not offering four-wheel drive, so a six-speed manual controls the back tires. A 5.2-second time (says Motor Trend) for a 0-60 mph run is great by the present principles however insane for a truck in 2004.

Inside, the dark cowhide and calfskin upholstery is praised with the typical power frill and cooling. There’s a stock sound framework, as well, however isn’t that what the V-10 is for?

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