- Chris Cadotto's DODGE DODGE RAM SST has annihilated the quarter mile in email@example.com.
- In 2nd and 3rd place are Gary Soulages's Lightning (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Billy Mitchell's S-10 (6.73@217).
- Chris Cadotto's DODGE DODGE RAM SST broke through the eighth mile beams with a 4.29@172.
- In 2nd and 3rd place are Gary Soulages's Lightning (email@example.com) and Neal Light's S10 (4.350@164).
- Neal Light's Chevy S10 is the holeshot champ, taking only 1.019 seconds to cross the 60' mark on Slicks.
- In 2nd and 3rd place are mike jones sr.'s s-10 (1.02 on Slicks) and Gary Soulages's Lightning (1.072 on 10.5).
1994 Dodge Dakota Sport
This truck is currently ranked 1164th out of 1395
That makes it quicker than 17% of the other trucks here.
Compared to the rest of the DragTruk field, this particular truck is: Taking its sweet time
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2.22 on drag radials
4 spd Auto
Magnum 318, auto, 3.55 posi, HD cooling/towing package, standard cab, short bed
- Ram Air box
- K&N air filter element
- F+B throttle body
- Mopar PCM
- 180 T-stat
- MSD 6A box
- 3923 plugs
- MSD plug wires
- TransGo shift kit
- RandomTech catalytic converter
- Edelbrock RPM muffler
- QA1/HAL Corp front shocks
- Lakewood rear drag shocks
- Western Chassis 3" drop rear shackles
- Weld Racing Pro Star rims
- 275/60 drag radials
- Synthetic fluid in the engine, trans, and differential
- Extang bed cover
- Alpine CD stereo
- 141,000+ miles of crud and a dent in the roof from a meteor :)
- 2" drop front spindles
- headers & Y-pipe
After putting on the Mopar computer, the engine detonated like crazy. If you go that route, make sure you do the 180 t-stat and colder plugs at the same time - it completely cured the pinging. The MSD box smoothed out the idle, but didn't do a thing for the ET's. Also don't waste your time with bolt-on type "slapper bars". They may slow the wheel hop a little, but they don't help with traction a bit, and these trucks need all the help they can get.
Dakotas '92 and newer come with a dorky 6 on 4-1/2" bolt pattern, making the choice of rims very limited. All the brake parts and axles from a '90 Dakota are a simple bolt-in, and come with a real 5 on 4-1/2" bolt pattern, which opens up a world of wheel options.
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Sunday February 9, 2003 at 2:41 PM EST
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