How many liters is a 392 engine?

How many liters is a 392 engine?

392 HEMIĀ® V8 The 392 Hemi V8 is a 6.4L engine that delivers 485 horsepower with 475 lb-ft of torque.

What size is a 6.4-liter engine?

A 6.4-liter engine is equivalent to 392 cubic inches because both measurements are different units of expressing engine displacement. Today in the U.S., liters are the most common unit used when discussing engine displacement, but cubic inches were commonly used prior to the 1980s.

What’s the difference between SRT and SRT8?

SRT4 was the high output 2.4 Turbo Neon, similar to the PT Cruiser GT. SRT10 was the Viper, and the Dodge/Ram pickup with the V10 performance engine. SRT8 was originally 6.1 V8, then 6.4 V8.

How many horsepower is a 6.4-liter Hemi?

410 horsepower

Is Hemi 6.4 reliable?

Power output for factory cars comes in a bit lower than the crate engines. However, it remains a powerful performance engine. The 6.4L Hemi is also a pretty strong, reliable engine.

Is the 2020 Ram 2500 a good truck?

Truck is excellent Rating breakdown (out of 5): Comfort 5.0. Interior design 5.0. Performance 5.0.

Who won Truck of the Year 2020?

Ram Heavy Duty

What is the best year for Ram 2500?

Known for its reliable Cummins engine and its power, Rams have been the favorite truck of diesel drivers since the 1980s. The truck has gone through many changes over the last 50 years, with some years being better than others. The best years for Dodge diesel trucks are 1996-1998, 2006-2007, and 2010-2011.

Is Ram or Ford better?

The Ram 1500 compares favorably. But if you need more power, the Ram 1500 has more than Ford’s top-level engine. The optional Ram 1500 V8 5.7-liter Hemi engine pushes 395 horsepower and 410 pound-feet of torque with a towing capacity of 12,750 pounds, along with two other powerful engine options available.

How many miles can Dodge Ram last?

The average Dodge Ram 1500 can have 300,000 miles on it and still perform like a beast. However, that is only if the truck has been taken good care of throughout its life span.

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