The Ram 392 Quick Silver

The Ram 392 at SEMA could be the next SRT pickup in 7 easy steps

Among the many high performance models at the Mopar display at the 2011 SEMA Show was the Ram 392 Quick Silver - a Ram 1500 equipped with the 6.4L Hemi from the current SRT8 lineup and while this truck is just an “image vehicle“, Mopar points out just how easy it was to make this truck, perhaps suggesting how easy it could be for Ralph Gilles’ SRT Group to offer a new high performance pickup.

The Ram 392 Quick Silver started as a 2011 Ram 1500 R/T and with just “seven easy steps”, that sporty truck was converted into a high performance pickup that could very easily hang with some of the top muscle cars of the day. Mopar explained on the placard accompanying the truck how these seven steps converted the Ram R/T to the Ram 392 Quick Silver, which we have detailed below.

This transformation to become the Ram 392 began by removing the 390 horsepower 5.7L Hemi in favor of the 6.4L, 392 cubic inch Hemi which in stock form offers 470 horsepower and 470lb-ft of torque (step 1). Mopar then added a cold air intake package, exhaust headers and a high flow exhaust system with electronic cutouts (step 2) to increase the power of the 392 Hemi - although no exact power output has been stated. This power is channeled to the 4.10 rear end by an automatic transmission with bright red 22” Mopar Underground wheels wrapped in high performance Pirelli rubber for optimal traction.


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