Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rango88, Feb 15, 2013.
lol a convertible one as well? The unicorn of muscle cars
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Picking up the truck in a few hours, can't wait
You better post alot of pics!
will do tomorrow, since it will be dark by the time I get it. I cant wait to find out what gear ration I have. I read a few places saying that I am supposed to have a 3.92 in the Big Horn which will suck in MPG but great in terms of response
Awesome! Can't wait to see it!
looking forward to seeing it!!!
damn that truck will move...hell mine moves with 3.73s but i still get decent MPG...not sure on the HEMI though...better put exhaust on that bitch
Dang! That's a lotta truck.
You'll need a GPS to find your way from the back to the drivers seat HA!
Post a ton of pics of that sucker when you get it home. :thumbup:
The ad is gone, too buzzed to read. What model Ram?
11 Ram big horn
Havent been on much and I dont have my camera with me so no pics yet, will post them this week, I promise. So I got the Ram, its huge:
it doesnt have a 2" levelling kit but a 2 inch lift kit .
It actually has 3.55 open diff,
has 10 way power adjusted seats,
power sliding rear window.
3 mode 4x4, Auto, 4 hi and 4 low.
it has 275/60/R20 BFG AT/Ko
the Ram Floor Mats from Dodge,
K/N drop in filter.
Looking at getting the windows tinted in the next couple of weeks
Looking at a 3" In/ 2.25" dual out Flowmaster Delta 40 and
Spray in bedliner in the spring.
So far I have been getting and average of 22 MPG on the highway (Cylinder deactivation helps a lot) and 17 MPG city which IMO is not bad since I was getting 18 with the ranger
Sounds good Andy, I am surprised with the mileage!!!
what is this cylinder de-activation you speak of?
Basically when you're just cruising around (holding a constant speed) instead of running on 8 cylinders, it only runs on 4 cylinders at about 1,500 RPM at 70 MPH which help preserve fuel. Dodge calls it MDS or something like it.
sweet, just as long as the fuel is shut off to the cylinders as well as spark
I am getting the full size bug again myself lol
Not a hundred percent sure how it works, I'll look it up.
Lol looking at an F150?
probably a f250 or 2500 chevy,dodge etc.
Why a 3/4 ton?
Found this info, might clarify things a bit
hauling a larger camper and toys.. Does the dodge have a transponder key and a system like fords PATS?
this is the actual key my truck uses
so can you use a regular key or do you really need the key fob? with you or does that insert into the dash at the small end?
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