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Blue-Beast-Rt 08-26-2013 10:53 PM

Ram rt 0-60 in 4.39 sec
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Hey guys I know this topic has prolly already been talked about I'm a noob to the forum so bare with me. Anyways I was out yesterday messing around in the truck seeing what I could do 0-60 in and to my amazement the truck hooked up well and just hauled ass. And it was 90 degrees outside not the best day to be running my baby hard but it was fun had a buddy with me so that was a little extra weight. Anyways just wanted to see what u guys thought if this was fast or if anyone has done any better. Can't wait for cooler weather

BlackRamHemi 08-26-2013 11:35 PM

Looks about right for a lightweight R/T with 4.10's

Any track slips to back that up?
Cuz any amount of tire spin greatly throws off your actual MPH
(your distance numbers look off which may indicate wheel spin)

My 10' heavier RCSB 4x4 with 3.55's pulled flat 5's in 4WD (no tire spin) with a 2800 stall
on 305/50R20 Terra Grapplers (95lbs per corner)

....but with my latest mod (Ripp) in AWD, a full throttle launch can destroy just about any truck (and most cars) on the road.

Once I finish my Water/Met Kit install, and I can finally raise my shift points above stock (5600) back up to 6000-6200 where I normally race
and mount my DR's (x4) for the track it should be good for mid 3's 0-60, (best 60' time was 1.8's should drop to 1.6's or better)

effective gear ratio on 27.5" Sticky Mickey DR's = 4.30:1

I have no idea how or why my old efan you-tube link showed up lol,
and I can't edit it out :LOL:

BlackRamHemi 08-28-2013 12:08 AM


Is there No One Else?


dodgert 08-28-2013 08:04 PM

Hemi fever can raise the shift points now

BlackRamHemi 08-28-2013 08:40 PM


Originally Posted by dodgert (Post 1187232)
Hemi fever can raise the shift points now

Why would I need pay Hemifever?
anyone with an 09',10' and a Diablo programmer can do it on their own
I've had mine set at 6400 in my 2010 Hemi for 3 years
<click pic for video>

The only reason it dialed down to 5600 was at 8psi of Boost since my Supercharger install,
my stock fuel pump can't keep up with all the extra air and it runs dangerously lean.

After 5600 rpm Dyno shows A/F ratio climbing due to not enough fuel
so the run was cut short by our CMR dyno tuner, even though it clearly would have surpassed 500whp based on the HP still climbing

Water Meth kit just installed helps a little, but I still cant raise my shift points
until I install my Aeromotive Stealth 340 fuel pump. My CMR tuner sold me the kit, said install it in place of your stocker for double the flow capacity and we'll run it again and custom tune it (Date set for Sept. 26th)

dodgert 08-28-2013 10:18 PM

was just saying lol by your comment thought you could not do yours

dodgert 08-28-2013 10:19 PM

and the 2011 could not be set to go above 5800 until recently

BlackRamHemi 08-28-2013 10:23 PM

2010's @ 6400 FTW :gy:

Best Year for a Hemi Ram EVAR!
(no tune encryption issues)

Blue-Beast-Rt 08-29-2013 07:28 PM

Yeah thats what my run was with his new tune he raised the shift points and boy does that thing move now. And Hey We all know Black Mamba is Faster i mean come on you got well over 10 grand in that truck probably. So **** i hope its fast i got maybe 2,500. And No need to hate on Sean from HEMIFEVER that guy knows his shit. He did more than just raise the shift points. Oh and your truck isnt much heavier you prolly weigh what 6300lbs the RTs weigh 6,000. so i wouldnt call it lightweight But those 4:10 Gears make em move.

BlackRamHemi 08-29-2013 08:07 PM

RCSB 2WD Sport (R/T) is 4788lbs base weight

RCSB 4WD Sport is 5005lbs base weight

Who was hating on Hemifever?

I just said I have no need for him to raise my shift points,
and I already have a custom supercharger tune...

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