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Camaro SS 6.2L vs Challenger RT 5.7

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    Camaro SS 6.2L vs Challenger RT 5.7

    Stock Challenger vs Modded Camaro SS.




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    Quote Originally Posted by RTguy View Post
    Stock Challenger vs Modded Camaro SS.




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    Yeah.... duh, Challenger R/T’s (5.7l) are not competitive against stock Camaro SS’s, heck, even if my WS6 was bone stock, I wouldn’t be concerned with one beating me.
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    Race of the stop light would be more appropriate, not the century lol. Mid 12 second car Vs. 14 flat/high 13s. Not much of a race.

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    Yeah, I wonder if the level of buyers remorse for Challenger R/Tís is close to that of the 88-92 Camaro RS V8s.

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    My work buddy has a 392 Scat Pack Challenger. With a tune and exhaust he's a couple lengths behind me, not bad for a land yacht. But I've never been concerned with the 5.7 crowd, not with my 4th gen, and definitely not now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KArcticSS View Post
    My work buddy has a 392 Scat Pack Challenger. With a tune and exhaust he's a couple lengths behind me, not bad for a land yacht. But I've never been concerned with the 5.7 crowd, not with my 4th gen, and definitely not now.
    Yeah, the 5.7l version was released about a decade to late (or more) to be competitive in its segment. It might be potent enough to make bone stock 4th Gen LT1s have concerns.

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