Silver Satin Clutch
At the time of manufacture, the Dodge SRT-4 was the second fastest car in Chrysler. Even with the amazing acceleration offered was sold at dealerships in the U. S. for less than $ 20,000 in 2003. It is planned to produce only 3,000 units per year but in 2004 production reportedly reached 13. 000 cars per year. Probably, Chrysler turned a profit with the SRT-4 by its proximity to the Neon, a leader in performance. The 2003 models were measured according to:. Brooke McClelland wrote: According to your chassis dyno, this Neon produces 223 HP and 250 foot-pounds of torque at the wheels. When compared with a test on a Nissan Sentra SE-R 2002, rated from 175 HP, it only made 141 HP at the wheels. The 2004 model increased power and added a rear limited slip differential. The 2005 models added a color and other adjustments made very small. Also in 2005 SRT4 Commemorative Editions were some numbered from 1 to 200. Along with turbocharged power plant of the SRT has a NVG T850 transaxle manual five-speed and high performance, and a dual outlet exhaust without silencer polished stainless steel nozzles of 2. 5 inches. Among other elements that increase the ability to perform throttle body have a larger diameter and a larger intake manifold flow. On the other hand, new semi trees of equal size, a silver satin clutch of larger capacity drive plate assemblies and unique engine mounts and transaxle put the finishing touches to the transmission system of the Dodge SRT-4. The agile driving ability was possible thanks to the aluminum performance tires 17-inch 50 series tires sticky, spring assemblies and specially tuned strut (front and rear), sway bars (front and back), stumps and updated K chassis only. The strong base Neon also helped. "We wanted a car to give us a good sense of balance into the corners without an overabundance of body roll," said John Fernandez, who also worked on vehicles like the legendary Shelby Omni GLHS. .