Originally Posted by dcorn
Again you have no proof and are wrong. Check out the SRT section of the forum where all the guys with superchargers have sub 4 second 0-60 times and that's with maybe 550-600whp.
And aerodynamics don't help much in the run to 60. Maybe ever so slightly at the top end of the run, but low end torque and traction is what you want. The Hellcat Jeep will have tons of both.
I am sure you have the proof. Link it here since you're so authoritative and have indexed the website, unlike me.
I don't quite care for the mods that people run - i am interested in performance with the factory tune - not somebody's supercharged
performance who tuned the engine within 1 psi of its life.
Originally Posted by CLStech
The current Jeep SRT does mid 4's easliy and consitently... Actually averages low 4's
Sure - mid 4s, but I would rather trust a instrumented test of the upcoming Trackhawk or a drag strip slip with solid proof of a stock vehicle rather than a shaky handheld-shot video on a cell phone from angles that are misleading.
Challenger SRT Hellcat
2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Test – Review – Car and Driver
2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT First Drive – Review – Car and Driver
4.6 s ( and let's give it a +/- 0.2 sec allowance) for an SRT.