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Just wondering what a Challenger SRT8 2011 those are quarter mile drag strip mph. M6
2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 Manual 0-60 mph 4.4 | Quarter mile 12.7
As per zeroto60times.com

2011 – 2012 Challenger SRT8 392 0-60: 4.4 sec 1/4 mile: 13.2 sec
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2011 SRT8 0-60: 4.2 sec /
0- 1/4mil: 12.6 sec at 111 mph
Per automobile-catalog.com
 

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Depends on your definition of stock, my 2014 SRT ran high 12's on the stock tires and runs mid to low 12's on drag radials. Of course weather, track conditions, DA and driver skill all factor into the equation. Mildly modified (for example a diablo tune etc..) and your looking at very low 12's and even high 11's. Those numbers would be for an A5 transmission car, the manual would most likely come in a few ticks slower.
 

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2012 SRT Best I did in my stock 6 speed was a 12.77 with good track prep and weather. The car was usually around 12.85-13.05. The 6 speeds are very touchy at launch. My current 2012 a5 with drag radials and the generic trinity tune 12.04 (usually 12.08 to 12.1x). The A5 is a breeze to launch, shifts faster and only goes through gears 1-3. The 6 speed requires shifting into fourth very close to the finish and that hurts a lot.
 

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I would like to know what you mean by "hurts a lot" when shifting into 4th gear. Next time you are running at the strip and are close to the other car, notice how much distance you lose when shifting into 3rd or 4th gear. If it's more than a couple of feet then you are a slow shifter in my opinion.
 

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I would like to know what you mean by "hurts a lot" when shifting into 4th gear. Next time you are running at the strip and are close to the other car, notice how much distance you lose when shifting into 3rd or 4th gear. If it's more than a couple of feet then you are a slow shifter in my opinion.
I don't have the six speed anymore but I doubt I could ever pay enough attention to the car next to me to have say "ah, look how much I lost" unless I messed up the shift. When you shift into fourth you are dropping down into the lower 4,000rpm range and to far down the hp/toque curve right towards the end of the Race. As an aside when I was racing the manual transmission I would power shift and think I can shift fairly fast. I think having to shift into 4rth was the main reason the M6 is noticeably slower slower .3-.4 seconds then the A5. I believe this is fairly consistent between the 5.7, 6.1 and 6.4 M6 vs A5.
 

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2011 SRT8 0-60: 4.2 sec / [/COLOR][/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]0- 1/4mil: 12.6 sec at 111 mph
Per automobile-catalog.com
I remember doing this when I first got my 2011, but it is an A5. I think I did 112mph.
 
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