whats the difference between a hemi and an srt-4, -8, or -10


Asked by May 12, 2009 at 09:43 PM

Question type: Car Customization

just curious on what the differences in HP Torque and mileage in a dodge charger and the SRT-10 truck

3 Answers


Hemi just a engine that has hemispherical heads on it to get more cubic inches out of it the srt means street racing technology by dodge its a team of performance guys who make stock cars from dodge better and more race ready. srt4 like a 4 banger srt8 a hemi v8 that's tuned for max power and srt 10 is the dodge viper v-10 engine witch is the best they got so like srt4 maybe like 300 hp srt8 in a challenger is like almost 450 hp and the viper srt 10 is 600 hp the srt10 dodge ram truck however from what i know still has the old srt 10 engine in it making 500 hp i dont know if they put the new one in it yet. but its capable of going over 150 mph its the worlds fasted production truck

1 people found this helpful.

well between the dodge charger 5.7L hemi and the SRT charger 6.1L hemi there was (until this years new hemi came out) about 80 hp difference and about 4 mpg difference. the 5.7L is about 345 hp. the 6.1L is about 425 hp. the SRT10 is a v10 and i dont have the specs on it. the charger only has received the v8. the SRT4 i believe is 230 hp.


A hemi typically has a hemispherical style combustion chamber instead of the typical canted valve style head

Your Answer:


Car Customization Experts

  • #1
    Tom Demyan
  • #2
  • #3
View All

Content submitted by Users is not endorsed by CarGurus, does not express the opinions of CarGurus, and should not be considered reviewed, screened, or approved by CarGurus. Please refer to CarGurus Terms of Use.