Ram R/T 4X4??
like the title says does the R/T come in 4x4? i thought they were only 2wd, but i seen a r/t 4x4 for sale an he said they are very rare
R/Ts are only 2wd. He just put the badges on.
You could technically make a 4wd R/T, the only differences are the 4.10 gears and a slightly higher stall tc.
...more like a 4WD R/T on steroids
inspired by MGH's lowered twin turbo build on his 09' 4x4
My build thread here: http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=65939
Started with a RCSB Sport 4x4,
Ground Force 2/3 drop with progressive rate coils all around for better handling, mount some Big 305/50R20 rubber
Put an even higher stall than the stock R/T 2600 for $500 from Edge Racing Converters
(My Street Edge 2800 actually stalls at 3000rpm)
and I full throttle launch it in AWD and never need to worry about traction.
I can still run it in 2WD, and the only thing missing is the grill badge
...which ironically is the only thing most fake R/T's add for $30 (ebay)
I actually race mine at the track on 28" Drag Radials on all four corners
much faster than any R/T I've ever lined up with. (4.30:1 effective gear ratio)
some before an after shots of mine....
i hope no one paid extra for that "rare" 4x4 RT truck.
haha thanks guys i was pretty sure they didnt make them in 4x4 then i got wondering b/c did the rumble bees some in 2wd and also 4x4, an by the way BlackRamHemi your truck looks sick! love the murdered out look, hoping to buy a mate here for my srt10
That's a pretty good deal if its a loaded 09',
My 2010 Sport was $36k new full loaded
Too bad it wasn't a 10' that got the upgraded transfer case with 4-auto option (AWD) from the Laramie's.
pic from kijiji add:
If you already have an SRT 10,
lift this one and put some 35's or 37's on for a winter beater.
If you're going lift and big tires, AWD isnt that big a deal,
just use 4Hi Lock for Winter or OffRoad and you're good to go Bud.
I use AWD (4-auto) for racing
so its only in 4wd for launch then releases to 2wd for the rest of the run
a Reg Cab 4x4 is going to suck on fuel with lift and 35's though
You will need a re-gear to help with that,(4.56's)
I cant really comment on fuel economy, I don't do any highway miles
and bag the shyte out of it in the city on 94 octane :D
I barely get 400km per tank lol, avg 12mpg city if I'm lucky
Here's an old pic of my dropped 4x4 RCSB on 32's
next to a dealers lifted 4x4 RCSB on 35's to give you an idea...
Hope this helps your decision
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