BINGO!!!! This is why im a bit pissed. If you are offering the 6.4L in the "R/T" then give me an "R/T" with the 6.4L. Not a damn SRT with the R/T badge on it. I don't want Brembos, SRT seats, ect....ect......Ok so does anybody want to try and take a stab at what the difference between the 392 RT scat pack with a shaker and a SRT with a shaker is?
The SRT has a higher end suspension setup than the SP 392 will have.BINGO!!!! This is why im a bit pissed. If you are offering the 6.4L in the "R/T" then give me an "R/T" with the 6.4L. Not a damn SRT with the R/T badge on it. I don't want Brembos, SRT seats, ect....ect......
R/T and SRT are becoming the same thing as far as the 6.4L is concerned.
And that is why the 392 RT is not gonna be priced 50-55k as most on here are saying:hippy:I think there is a lot of jumping to conclusions. Is it possible those photos were taken before it was decided to do away with SRT as a brand and that they were testing the shaker w/ a 392 as an SRT brand item? Once it was decided to fold SRT into Dodge, you don't see many of the photos showing SRT on the back anymore, only Dodge, including the Hellcat. I think this is just a test mule for the shaker package on a 392 that was taken before the RT 392 SP was decided, and it eventually led up to that model. I'd bet the standard SRT (non hellcat) is a top of the line, all options thrown in 392, and that's it, where as the RT version will have less of the toys added to it, except as options that will make the price go even higher, thereby making it cheaper to just buy the optioned oput SRT version. I don't believe the SRT will come with a shaker hood.