2004 Dodge SRT 10 Truck
The concept on this truck is simple, drop the biggest & baddest
engine in your inventory in one of the lightest trucks to make it
one of the hottest handling truck packages ever made.
That is what we have here at Adventure Classics a 2004 Dodge SRT 10
V8 Truck with the Viper's 8.3-liter, OHV, aluminum V-10 engine,
paint the truck in bright red and put it on fat tires and polished
rims. Who could ask for more?
Engine & Drivetrain
Open the hood and gaze at one of the most beautiful engines ever
made, the Vipers 8.3-liter, OHV, aluminum V-10 engine that has the
factory 500-horsepower, 5600 rpm, V10.
It has the factory revised intake system, oil pan, mounts, and
cooling revisions, great looking valve covers, free breathing
exhausts, and the only transmission offered, the same Tremec T56
six-speed manual that is used in the Viper.
And boy does this SRT go. The V-10's voice is almost authoritative
but muffled, and only under a properly mashed throttle does the
Viper motor really bellow.
Steering-rack response is crisp, and there's braking muscle to
spare in the form of 15-inch front rotors and 14-inchers in the
rear. Viper power requires a massive tire-contact patch to be
remotely useful and it is fitted with steamroller-like 305/40ZR22
tires on the factory mag wheels.
The SRT will handle as well as it goes with Bilstein shocks,
shorter and stiffer springs, a rear anti-roll bar, a one-inch
ride-height drop in front, a 2.5-inch rear drop, and an effective
Inside, you'll find softly stuffed but sharply contoured black
leather buckets with "SRT-10" logos stitched across the backrests.
The seat cushions and a deeply padded center-console lid are flat
enough to accommodate a third, belted passenger.
It has a carbon-fiber leather-trimmed steering wheel with a full
complement of large and easy-to-read, silver-faced gauges including
a 160-mph speedo and a 7000-rpm tach to monitor engine
The SRT-10 is painted in bright red paint flowing over the bulging
nonfunctional scooped hood, rear fascia with dual exhaust cutouts,
bed cover, and the rear wing that reduces drag and adds up to 165
pounds of downforce at track speeds.
The Ram SRT-10 that we have here at Adventure Classic stood alone
as king of the muscle truck hill when it came out, and still
remains high up the ladder today.
This is one bad Dodge that packs suspension, brakes, manners,
visual attitude, and one heck of a Viper engine to match.
Call or email us at:
(727) 688-1148 OR (727) 580-9919