Hemi Ram Timeslips

How fast does your Hemi run?
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Hemi Ram Timeslips

Postby scottm » Mon Apr 28, 2003 10:10 am

All you Hemi Ram owners, what are your times?
I know a bunch of you must have tried 'em out!

The best that I have heard from friends has been
a 14.72 @ 98 from a Ram 1500 w/ 3.92 rear cogs.
Short bed and I am assuming a regular cab truck.

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Postby hemi4711 » Wed Apr 30, 2003 8:56 am

That info you have is correct. And yes my truck is a standard cab. Those
times I ran are on a STOCK truck. I am going to install a cold air intake
and run it again. I will post the new times.

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Postby epg3 » Thu May 01, 2003 9:21 am

I have a QUADCAB 1500, 3.92:1 gears, 5.7L HEMI, 275/55R20 tires (31" tall) best time = 15.47 @ 82 MPH

I have 4.56:1 gears on the way........

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Postby scottm » Thu May 01, 2003 10:19 am

Yeah, I have been reading 15.3s to 15.4s for QCs.
That is still pretty quick for such a heavy truck! :)

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Postby scottm » Thu May 08, 2003 1:06 pm

2003 Ram 1500 Hemi RC with 3.92 gears
14.80 @ 91 mph with a 2.09 60-foot time
(This beast weighed 4850# w/ the driver)

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4.56:1 Richmond gears!

Postby epg3 » Mon May 19, 2003 8:37 pm

Got them in the truck today! The truck feels more ALIVE......

Things to know:
Vehicle speed is obtained from wheel speed, NOT transmission output shaft speed. No modification needed for your speedometer!

The carrier pinion shaft needs to be modified for ring gear clearance to install it.

3.91:1 - 31 in tire @ 70 mph = 2000 rpm aprox.

4.56:1 - 31 in tire @ 70 mph = 2400 rpm aprox.

Can't wait to get to the track!

-Eddie

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Postby tirpitz » Mon May 19, 2003 9:05 pm

Let us know how the gears work out at the track.

BTW, does the trans shift on an input from engine RPM, or based on speedometer like the GM OBDI PCM?
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Postby CrAzY MoPaR GuY » Wed May 21, 2003 8:27 pm

I'm surprised how fast these new Hemi trucks are. They seem to be on par with an R/T Dakota, or..? Pretty impressive!

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OOOPS I forgot!

Postby epg3 » Fri May 23, 2003 3:29 pm

When I went to the track, and ran a 14.72....... The best time out of the chevy trucks was a 16.52! hehehe!

Remember......

MOPAR or NO CAR!

-Eddie

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OOOPS!!!!

Postby epg3 » Wed May 28, 2003 11:21 am

15.47 not 14.72 :D

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Postby AcadianHemi » Thu Jun 12, 2003 10:56 am

As per Truck Trend Magazine, a 1500 Hemi 2wd with 20"wheels and 3.92 gets 15.12@89.06.
2003 Qc 4WD Black sport Hemi, 20"wheels and 3.92

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Re: 4.56:1 Richmond gears!

Postby Hemidakota » Thu Jul 24, 2003 7:56 pm

epg3 wrote:Got them in the truck today! The truck feels more ALIVE......

Things to know:
Vehicle speed is obtained from wheel speed, NOT transmission output shaft speed. No modification needed for your speedometer!

The carrier pinion shaft needs to be modified for ring gear clearance to install it.

3.91:1 - 31 in tire @ 70 mph = 2000 rpm aprox.

4.56:1 - 31 in tire @ 70 mph = 2400 rpm aprox.

Can't wait to get to the track!

-Eddie


I can see someone doing a rear squat on launching soon... :o
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Postby NoogaHemi » Tue Aug 19, 2003 9:25 am

epg3,
So what did you end up running with those 4.56 gears?

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03 hemi SLT longbed runs 14.02 at 95mph no juice

Postby hemi777 » Mon Dec 01, 2003 6:54 pm

my 03 hemi slt longbed ran 14.02 at 95mph with no juice and its 97% stock...it has a homemade intake and a flowmaster muffler and some free mods.....my times are very well documented over at www.dtw.truckmoxie.com... and there is a video and time slips and several dtw members that seen the run ....i have a total $19.275 invested in my truck.....1/8 mile it ran 8.876 at 77.53mph....my 60ft was 2.01 with the stock tires and wheels soon it will be in the 13ssssss read more about it at dtw in the hemi forum

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Postby Asa » Wed Mar 24, 2004 7:05 pm

Man thats fast, just got my 4.56 gears in and will be taking it to the track in April! :wink:
THE GOOCH!
03 Hemi RC w/4.56 gears, flowmaster 2 chamber dumped in front of axel, k&n, and TMR mod

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Postby Asa » Mon Apr 19, 2004 2:17 pm

just ran 14.748 at 92 mph seems like it should be faster :(
THE GOOCH!

03 Hemi RC w/4.56 gears, flowmaster 2 chamber dumped in front of axel, k&n, and TMR mod

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Postby GreenbeanZ28 » Sun May 30, 2004 12:25 pm

60 foot---2.17
330 ft----6.285
1/8th ET-9.696
MPH........72.82
1/4 ET.....15.163
MPH.........87.20

Truck in sig.....I guess the '04's are slower???
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11.41@119 423/375 rwhp/rwtq
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Mac CAI, Flowmaster Side exit exhaust.

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Get Serious

Postby RumbleBee » Sun Jun 06, 2004 9:06 pm

This is absolutely hilarious what people will try to pull out there A## on a forum.....A 13 with a longbed factory hemi.....oh wait ...mufflers...:) Come on now you have got to be joking if you think a 5000 lb longbed with under 300 rear wheel hp is going to run a 13 .... or even a low 14.... I have a best time of 14.2 with my Rumble bee with well over $3,000 in mods....and well under 4,300 pounds stripped down and empty....The quad cabs are also running a true 15.9-16.5 at the track depending on conditions.... I have seen it for my own eyes....If anyone would like a copy of this time slip email me.....For everyone else go tell your lies to someone who doesn't own a hemi. LOL
04 RumbleBee 2/4 Drop, 22" Motto Wheels, 305/40/22 Toyo Proxes, 360airintakez powder coated yellow 4" intake, JetStage2 chip, Dynatech LongTube Headers, No Cats, 3" exhaust, Cust. Leath. seats w/ RumbleBee Symbols,5 spd w/ 3.92's KenneBell 06/30/2004

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Postby Rampant » Sat Jul 10, 2004 1:41 pm

Rumblebee, you might have a timeslip, but if you go over to dtw you can actually see the 12.75 run of Hemi777. The only lol thing is that you wasted so much money on mods with no results. If you do not believe his times go watch the video, because you obviously do not know what people are running in their trucks. And there are also quad cabs running in the 13's.

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Postby hemifred » Tue Jul 20, 2004 7:15 pm

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NEXT WEEK SHOULD SEE SOME 8.70'S
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Postby Rampant » Wed Jul 28, 2004 8:21 pm

...The quad cabs are also running a true 15.9-16.5 at the track depending on conditions.... I have seen it for my own eyes.


My 2004 quad runs 15.375 first time I took it out with 87F and 81% humidity. That is without my tailgate but with the spare 20 still there. The rumble bee I ran with was 15.5.

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how

Postby hemiracer22 » Sat Sep 25, 2004 10:20 pm

how did you run a 14.72 stock rc. I have an 03 ram hemi rc and best time is 15.28. I have tried many varitions on many runs and this is with flowmasters and k&n.
03 ram hemi SC, flowmaster, k&N

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Postby Fepony » Sun May 01, 2005 11:40 am

I just thought i'd drop in on your forum and see what all the fuss is about. I own a 2002 Harley Davidson F150. I'm NOT here to flame your trucks! I just wanted to compare my performance to yours. It appears there is NO comparison. :roll: My truck weighs in at 5600#. Here is the slip #'s from my last trip to the dragstrip. I made 13 passes and they were all within .202 of each other. All on pump gas and street tires.

RT .325

60' 1.983

330' 5.687

1/8th ET 8.74

1/8 mph 80.51

I usually run at Breakaway in PC, Fl. or Dothan dragway in Cottonwood, Ala. Anyone here want to race? Just PM me and i'll meet you at either strip. My truck IS NOT all modded up. I have K&N, small pulley and tune. Anyone that don't believe me, come on down! I love the taste of Hemi's. :D (they taste like chicken)....hehehe (wink)
2002 HD F150, 406rwhp 505rwtq, Tuned by Torrie. New best on street tires.
8.3@85 1/8th 13.01 1/4

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Postby SublimeGTX » Mon Oct 16, 2006 1:29 pm

My best time so far is:
14.025 @ 102.67mph in the 1/4.

That's at 110 degree's outside & with:

Airaid CAI
Dual (cats back) w/Flowmaster 40 Series
& Manual Dumps
Hypertech ll Power Programmer
Motive 4.56's
NX Express Nitrous

I'm anxious to get back this winter!


8)
2004 Hemi GTX
Sublime Green
#0388 of (433)
CAI
Flowmaster
w/Manual Side Dumps
NX Express
4.56's
22" Boss 304 Chromes

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Postby hemidup » Sat Oct 21, 2006 12:34 pm

We took my supercharged "Judy Lilly Rumble Bee" to Monster Mopar Weekend. 12.65 @ 105.22. 5275lbs with street tires. Judy ran my truck during the exhibition events. It was 21 years since Miss Mighty Mopar herself, seen her last time slip. Judy and Arlen Vanke were pretty impressed with the performance of the new generation Hemi's.
392 Blown Hemi


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