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I like rwd plenty of trucks in my area in the 11's 2wd

very true, I guess I am basing my opinion on somewhat modded trucks (cai, cat back exhaust). Id like to see a QC Srt-10 against a rwd SS, knowingly the dodge has the 8.1 or 8.3 litre but the extra weight is factor. But I have a feeling the SS would take it as the Srt-10s need some big mods to make them move. But this is all speculation on my part. :chevrolet:

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Interesting. Ive seen vids of them hanging with Svt's but I honor your word. Too much power and not enough weight equals crap power to weight ratio. One reason which makes the awd SS a killah. :pepsicheer:

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Taking out the camera man is bonus points :jester: He shouldnt be standing so close unless he has a death wish!!!

Yea man it was pretty funny and I scared him when I launched of the line spraying 150 and crossing the tree sideways but it was very poor track prep at that track so I had to switch lanes my next run and it was much better

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very true, I guess I am basing my opinion on somewhat modded trucks (cai, cat back exhaust). Id like to see a QC Srt-10 against a rwd SS, knowingly the dodge has the 8.1 or 8.3 litre but the extra weight is factor. But I have a feeling the SS would take it as the Srt-10s need some big mods to make them move. But this is all speculation on my part. :chevrolet:

The QC srt is very poor numbers I've seen numerous stock dyno pulls and they only put down I think 350 ... More than a stock SS but traction vs awd then comes the weight ... So it would be good to see but I went to the street races with just motor and there was a bolt on QC srt that was suppose to be a bad mamajama and when it came down to me hitting up for a race he suddenly had problem with his truck when he had been running all night beating the ricers

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Ive heard good and bad bout the 80e what kind of things would I have to look for if I do that swap

you need the adaptor from timetokill for the transfer case, a 1/2 ton 4wd front driveshaft, shorten rear shaft, a 4wd 80e, 80e stall converter with the 60e bolt pattern, speed sensor wiring, and the segment swap i did all of that and a built 14bolt swap at the same time at my shop between wrecker calls

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you need the adaptor from timetokill for the transfer case, a 1/2 ton 4wd front driveshaft, shorten rear shaft, a 4wd 80e, 80e stall converter with the 60e bolt pattern, speed sensor wiring, and the segment swap i did all of that and a built 14bolt swap at the same time at my shop between wrecker calls

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really this swap was super easy i did mine this last winter. i took all weekend off to do this swap. i started working on doing the swap friday night after work. thinking it would take me all weekend. i had it all wrapped up by mid afternoon on saturday. it you have everything you need there its easy. i got by doing my swap for about $2800. that the tranny t-case adapter, a circle D converter and getting by driveshafts made.

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