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Old 11-29-2011, 12:02 AM   #11
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Very nice kills but u need to race a Sierra Denali on vid quit picking on 5.3 s lol
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Very nice kills but u need to race a Sierra Denali on vid quit picking on 5.3 s lol
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my buddy with a 2011 Dodge Larmie, 5.7L Hemi and 3.92 gears only went 15.5 @ 90. This was with a DA of about 1800 so I can deffently get better. My 01 EXSB with a LQ4, intake, exhaust, mail-order tune and 4.56 gears and 32.5" tires would pull on his ram from a 45 roll. And leave him in the dust from a stand still. The Rams are very strong stock, but put a few mods on a chevy and it will get the win.
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Very nice kills but u need to race a Sierra Denali on vid quit picking on 5.3 s lol
Does a 2010 Silverado 6.2L count?

HEMI VS 6.2 SILVERADO - YouTube
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my buddy with a 2011 Dodge Larmie, 5.7L Hemi and 3.92 gears only went 15.5 @ 90. This was with a DA of about 1800 so I can deffently get better. My 01 EXSB with a LQ4, intake, exhaust, mail-order tune and 4.56 gears and 32.5" tires would pull on his ram from a 45 roll. And leave him in the dust from a stand still. The Rams are very strong stock, but put a few mods on a chevy and it will get the win.
That is freakin slow if it ran a 15.5. Was it a 4x4? was it hot? and the D.A wasnt that good either. On the dodge forum many CREWCAB are running 14.7@96 mph stock manual shifting with 3.55 gears but im sure with 3.92 it would get atleast a 14.6 which i think isnt bad for a 5600lb truck which is what mine weighs with me in it and i weigh 250lbs. There is a trick when racing the new dodge in order for it to pull hard up top it has to be raced in manual shift.
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The rams run good for sure. A bolt on 5.3 could trap that, but it would have to be setup right. The hemis are runnin good.
You know whats funny is that the 5.3 tune, servo only i ran on the first video is beating 5.3 CC with Lt headers and wheatly tune. So something is up with that. Ill try to find the video
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That is freakin slow if it ran a 15.5. Was it a 4x4? was it hot? and the D.A wasnt that good either. On the dodge forum many CREWCAB are running 14.7@96 mph stock manual shifting with 3.55 gears but im sure with 3.92 it would get atleast a 14.6 which i think isnt bad for a 5600lb truck which is what mine weighs with me in it and i weigh 250lbs. There is a trick when racing the new dodge in order for it to pull hard up top it has to be raced in manual shift.
His weighs 5800 with him in it. It was around 50 that night. yes its 4x4, Manual shifting, traction control off. It would be in the 14s at sea level, but mine would be in the low 13s maybe a 12 at sea level.
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Does a 2010 Silverado 6.2L count?

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Theres a completely stock 6.2 on here that ran a 14.40@91 because it hit the limiter around the 1000' mark.
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Theres a completely stock 6.2 on here that ran a 14.40@91 because it hit the limiter around the 1000' mark.
Congrats to him! every stock truck runs different times it depends on sea level, D.A, weight reduction ( which many wont say), 17 vs 20's, and some stock truck are really just factory freaks.

Im not even worried about what my daily driver runs i just have fun when people call me out. I never call anyone out in this truck so it makes it better when i beat them
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His weighs 5800 with him in it. It was around 50 that night. yes its 4x4, Manual shifting, traction control off. It would be in the 14s at sea level, but mine would be in the low 13s maybe a 12 at sea level.
I doubt that truck will see 14s even at sea level. If the 4x2 CREWCABS are running high 14.7-14.8 at sealevel i highly doubt a heavier stock 4x4 hemi will do it. Maybe im wrong but until i see it i will doubt it
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Either way your truck is running real strong. Are you still planning on keeping it stock, or are you going to add some more power to it?
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