150 Royal SE
From 1974 through 1993 Dodge built the Ramcharger which was there version of the Large SUV. Like the Chevrolet Blazer and the Bronco, the Ramcharger was a 2 Door with a couple different V8 Engine options in a RWD or 4X4 variant being offered.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present 1981 Dodge Ram Charger 150 Royale SE for your consideration. Cosmetically the truck has a few bumps and bruises, but don't let that fool you, this Ram Charger is a straight up beast. This sleeper has thousands invested under the hood and will leave you wondering what happened at the start line. It is powered by 360 cast iron block with brodex B1 heads with a 408 stroker kit with all forged crank rods with custom pistons ordered by Steve Morris. It also has a D-1 procharger. The truck also has a roller cam bade by Bullet Camshafts along with roller rockers. It is upgraded to Holley EFI with an aluminum intake. The system was created and tuned by Steve Morris. The fuel injection was a 7k upgrade. Only 550 miles have been logged on this new engine according to the current owner.
The 727 transmission was built by A&A Trans, owned by Rick Allison. It was built to take 1,000 horsepower. The transfer case is a NP 205 gear drive from a 1989 diesel to handle big horsepower. All internal components are new and tight. It has a gear vendor for the overdrive so it runs at 2000 RPM at 80 mph. Truck Norris sits on Yukon axles with posi traction with upgraded equipment with 355 gear ratio with new front gears on front axles. The lock out hubs are also brand new. The owner also spent an additional $2,000 on power boosted brakes. As if all of this is not enough, the truck is also set up for water meth injection.