The gist of that thread is that a stock R/T and a stock SRT-4 will go neck-and-neck, so it comes down to the driver. Both are good cars that are aimed at different markets, so why bother comparing them? Just enjoy what you got.
The Srt-4 Runs In Af/s Class In Nhra Stock Elemantor. The Index Is 14.15 There Is A Guy At The National Meet In Minn That Is Number 10 Qualifer At 13.12 And In The Stock Classes You Cant Run Any Stage But What The Car Came With From The Factory As Advertised With There Hp Rating. U Can Run Headers-blueprinted Engine-any Clutch-any Gearsing- NO WASTE GATE MODS- HAVE TO RUN STOCK TB- HAVE TO RUN STOCK WASTE GATE- Slicks And Get The Car To Shipping Weight Which Is 2862. THE SRT-8 CHARGER WILL RUN IN C/SA OR D/SA WHICH HAS AN CLASS INDEX OF 11.70 AND 11.85 WHICH WOULD NOT BE HARD TO GET TO FOR ANY SRT-8. SO IF YOU TOOK BOTH CARS STOCK AND RAN THEM ON THERE CLASS INDEXES THE CHARGER SRT-8 WOULD HAVE TO GIVE THE SRT-4 A 2.45 SECOND HEAD START.BEING THAT THE SRT-4 RUNS CLOSER TO ITS INDEX IT WOULD WIN. NOW THE CHARGER R/T WITH 350 HP WOULD RUN IN E/SA AND THE INDEX THERE IS 12.00. THE CHARGER R/T WOULD HAVE TO GIVE THE SRT-4 A 2.15 SECOND HEARD START AND WITH THE SRT-4 STILL CLOSEST TO ITS INDEX IT WOULD WIN. I HOPED THIS HELPED ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS.