Dodge Ramcharger with a SRT-10 V10

1992 Dodge Ramcharger with a SRT-10 V10

Burma Auto in Riviera Beach, Florida is responsible for building this unique 1992 Dodge Ramcharger. The factory V8 has been replaced by a 8.3 L V10 taken from a “2004 SRT-10”. I don’t know if that means a Viper SRT-10 or Ram SRT-10. Maybe a sharp-eyed reader can let us know. The engine was installed using 2004 Viper mounts with the passenger side just bolting in. The driver side mount needed a stand made from a modified 318 ci mount to fill in the gap. I wasn’t able to find anymore information on the transmission or rear end. Of course that doesn’t take away from such a unique project.

1992 Dodge Ramcharger with a SRT-10 V10

1992 Dodge Ramcharger with a SRT-10 V10

1992 Dodge Ramcharger with a SRT-10 V10

1992 Dodge Ramcharger with a SRT-10 V10

1992 Dodge Ramcharger with a SRT-10 V10

1992 Dodge Ramcharger with a SRT-10 V10

The craigslist ad linked in the BangShift article appears to be fake because the Ramcharger grill and bumper in the ad is completely different than the one from Burma Auto. The one photo of the engine bay showing the V10 was captured off the video above.

Source: Burma Auto FB page (build album) via BangShift

8 Comments

  1. LookAtYourPics

    Sharp eye viewer can let you know what engine it came from? Did you guys even look at the pictures you posted with it 😉

      • MadSubaru

        Or you could judge by the color and roughness of the block on the mounting pictures.
        I’d say it’s a viper block, alluminum block.
        In my defense, I don’t know how looks the iron block, but judging by the looks of normal iron blocks, it is more rough than the alluminum beautys.

  2. CSRT4

    You can clearly tell a pick up truck motor v10 from srt10 v10. There is a fair amount of difference visually from each other.

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