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    Just trying to get the difference between a stock CC r/t and a stock CC 318 5 speed. Assume that both are club cabs, stock, and that the 5 speed is an average driver.
    Quarter mile of...
    stock r/t?
    318 5 speed?

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    As always... It depends.

    Assuming same gear ratios and tire sizes... I say it all comes down to the driver. I think stock for stock, they're both low to mid 15 second trucks
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    The stick could get the initial pull but the auto would reel it in, you can only bang shift a nv3500 so much haha trust me i know
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    Quote Originally Posted by nevr2fast01 View Post
    The stick could get the initial pull but the auto would reel it in, you can only bang shift a nv3500 so much haha trust me i know
    Stick would get the initial pull...

    Say what? I don't care what the manual is or what it's in, I've got em on the launch, if anything they real me after were done shifting.
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    Tough question to answer since no two stock trucks ever run the same.
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    Psshh its an rt. That answers who would win.

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    Your hopes and dreams of low 15's...haha. I've
    Got timeslips to prove rc rt,s run around a 15.4. Have fun with your 16
    Sec drag race rc rt's ftw..

    But all things considered that auto rt is gonna Rhape that 318.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thirsty dakota View Post
    Your hopes and dreams of low 15's...haha. I've
    Got timeslips to prove rc rt,s run around a 15.4. Have fun with your 16
    Sec drag race rc rt's ftw..

    But all things considered that auto rt is gonna Rhape that 318.
    In factory form my truck ran a low 15 - I forget what the original owner's time slip said.

    I'm gonna have to agree and say it comes down to the driver.

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    But your a rc??? They're talking about stock cc...so as previously stated 16 sec race
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    Club cab isn't going to tack a second onto a quarter mile time lol.

    And my truck was stock when it ran the low 15....so as previously stated, depends on the driver.

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