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In the new Dodge Magazine they say:

Durango = 335 HP 5.7L Hemi
Charger = 340 HP 5.7L Hemi
Ram Daytona = 345 HP 5.7L Hemi
Charger Daytona = 350 HP 5.7L Hemi

Can anyone explain why the different HP numbers for the same motor? Lets not forget that the SRT Hemi group uses the 425 HP 6.1L Hemi, but thats a different topic.
 

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Intake and exhaust, most likely. I know the 10hp difference between the Daytona and normal Chargers is attributed to that by Dodge.
 

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The Trucks/SUVs get thier HPs dailed down for more hauling capabilities than top speed.
 
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