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anyone know the speed differances between the quad and reg cab?
I cant find the statistics for a quad cab hemi that are acurate anywere
i read the reg cab goes 6.8 0-60 but then im reading the quad cab is 8.3 0-60 and i know my truck takes nowere near 8.3 to sixty, Id know if i were that slow, thats like my old 98 5.9 slow... so i was wondering if anyone had the actual 1/4 mile times and 0-60 differances between quad and reg cab, or if someone has personal numbers with there quad.... i mean a cuple seats and a cuple feet more of frame and were talking 2 seconds differance 0-60? If thats the case, hows this engine gonna tow 10 gz more if like 200 pounds slows it down like that
 

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for 4x2s, about...

60
6.8-7.2 for rc
7.2-7.5 for qc

1/4
14.8-15.3 for rc
15-15.5 for qc

give or take in that area stock... those are just my personal observations over the past few years, theres lots of variables and some people have had better results stock than others
 

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Andy said:
for 4x2s, about...

60
6.8-7.2 for rc
7.2-7.5 for qc

1/4
14.8-15.3 for rc
15-15.5 for qc

give or take in that area stock... those are just my personal observations over the past few years, theres lots of variables and some people have had better results stock than others
Looks about right to me Andy! :D except if you have a Quad cab Long box like i had then you add a little more. that sob was 23 feet long :D
 

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Andy said:
for 4x2s, about...

1/4
14.8-15.3 for rc
15-15.5 for qc
Man these trucks are slow. ;)
 

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About .2 to to .3 seconds faster in 1/4 mile for
the Reg. cab.
 

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There are other variables. The trucks with 17" wheels and 3.92 gears will likely be quicker than the trucks equipped with 20"s.
 

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yeh im 4x4 though does that make much of a differance than 4x2? and i got 3.92 gears and 20s
 

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well whats the general rule, every hundred lbs is ~.1, correct? It doesn't always work that way because of variables, though.
 

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Stock or slightly modded 4X4, QC's are in the low to mid 16's in the 1/4. Not sure about the 0-60.
 

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Well I have a 05 qc and i was G-tech'in 8.1 constantly
it makes sense if every 100 lbs is .1 because if below is true


60
6.8-7.2 for rc
7.2-7.5 for qc
and i had 3 people and a tonneau cover on the truck with some lugggage then
thats about 500-600 lbs and that would put me right about that range hopefully or maybe i got stuck with the slow ones out of the box.
 

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Sporadic said:
i mean a cuple seats and a cuple feet more of frame and were talking 2 seconds differance 0-60? If thats the case, hows this engine gonna tow 10 gz more if like 200 pounds slows it down like that

Tow ratings are not determined by racing with a trailer from 0-60. There are a lot of factors. Wheelbase being a big factor.
 
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