Originally Posted by Zonestar
Manufactures advertise HP at the crank. In the real world its done at the rear wheels. There is always a reduction in power because of this.
wow, thats very misleading of dodge... they should be more specific how they got those numbers..!!!!
Most of us engine builders know that hp/trq at the crank dont meen sh*t...
its what gets to the ground is whats important
Oh well, i like my 2010 RT pretty good so far... BUT it does have ALOT of noise issues that i dont like (tranny noise issues)