SEMA 2011: RAM 392 Quick Silver Shows its Face before Vegas

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RAM and Mopar have created a tuned truck ready for debut at the SEMA Show.

We've already seen our fair share of special edition cars and tuning jobs that will be making their respective ways to the SEMA Show in Las Vegas next week. Finally, we have something for the pickup truck enthusiasts out there: a Dodge RAM 392 Quick Silver Edition built with Mopar Underground. The Quick Silver will be powered by a 470hp 392 Hemi V8 from Dodge's SRT range. The engine is coupled with R/T's 4.10 gear set with a high stall converter.

In addition to the powerful Hemi motor, performance was further enhanced by several Mopar parts. These include a cat-back duel-exhaust system, cold-air intake kit and headers. The 470hp figure warranted the American company to affix a larger set of Brembo brakes to the truck along with a lowered suspension intended to give the Quick Silver a lower profile. It sits on a set of deep-red 22-inch wheels. Along with all of Mopar's tweaks to the RAM's ride, they also gave it an intriguing color scheme. The gloss black roof was finished in a three-stage bright silver (hence the Quick Silver moniker).

The aforementioned red wheels are accompanied by side mirrors, grille inserts and interior colors all finished in the same contrasting color. Dodge has released limited information so far on the new RAM 392 Quick Silver Edition. More details are expected to come out at the SEMA Show, kicking off the first of November.

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