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Old 08-13-2013, 09:42 AM
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Originally Posted by mexi View Post
let see same tq with less hp. pretty simple math.
less tow rating then the hemi too. so fuel will be the only thing.
tuned? 3 years from now maybe.
I drive a lifted ram with big heavy mud tires fuel isnt my concern or id buy a corrola.

paper horsepower expert huh?.... power to weight ratio its been around awhile
Thanks for the replies but didnt wanna ruffle any feathers

I can't imagine that 35s would put too much strain on the big bad Hemi, 37s maybe are a little much but I ran 35s on my Hummer h3 and if that can turn them the Ram will easily spin em...

I would love to think the Eco Diesel could be tuned like other diesels for more power/tq but I really dont anticipate that being available for quite a while and no one is even sure what the gains would be. I guess when I start to think about the break-even point between the two, it is pretty significant. I would expect that the extra cost of the Eco Diesel over the Hemi, plus the extra cost in diesel fuel would yield a fairly high break-even point.
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