Easy plug and play with strobe or sound activated functions as well as DMX controllable for a professional light show.
Power efficient LED’s that run cool, safe, and all night long.
High end Super sharp LED’s for the most powerful possible beam
Very wide and long range- will light up the whole room.
Looks amazing in fog
The Mustang X-732 LED is built to last with long-life LED technology (rated at 100,000 hrs), and has no moving parts inside. The unit stays cool so you can run it all night long. Plus, there’s no cool down time at the end of a gig, so you can just pack it up and go!
Projects beautiful color changing patterns, with a strobe selection or sound activated function as well as being DMX controllable.
The Dodge Durango is a full-size SUV which was produced by Chrysler under the Dodge brand name. The Durango was produced for 12 years from 1998 until 2009. Due to financial concerns with the Chrysler Corporation, the Dodge Durango will not be renewed for a 2010 model.
The 2009 Dodge Durango came in six different trim levels and had three different engine options. The cheapest engine option which came standard in the 2009 Dodge Durango was a 3.7 liter, Power Tech V6. This six cylinder engine produced 210 horsepower at 5200 rpm and 235 pound feet of torque at 4000 rpm. Because of the size of the Durango, the 3.7 liter engine did not have enough power for many consumers. The 2009 Durango had the same engine options as it did in all Durango’s built between 2004 and 2008. The only difference was the 4.7 liter V8 engine which was enhanced for the 2007 model.
The next engine which came as an upgrade in some of the trim levels, was a 4.7 liter Power Tech V8 engine. This eight cylinder engine produces an impressive 303 horsepower at 5,650 rpm and 330 pound feet of torque at 3,950 rpm. To save money on fuel, a flex-fuel Power Tech V8 can be purchased. This takes alternative fuel options, but reduces horsepower to 235 at 4,500 rpm.
The top engine option for the 2009 Dodge Durango was a 5.7 liter eight cylinder Hemi engine. The Hemi V8 generated a powerful 335 horsepower at 5,200 rpm and 370 pound feet of torque at 3,600 rpm. This engine option was as powerful as any other engine option in similar vehicles.
The 2009 Durango had the same engine options as it did in all Durango’s built between 2004 and 2008. The only difference was the 4.7 liter V8 engine which was enhanced for the 2007 model.
While the Durango was discontinued for 2010, it is expected to be re-introduced in 2012. The 2012 Durango is expected to be a slightly smaller SUV.
Learn more about Dodge Durango Engine and other industry specific topics by visiting the company website.
[ad#Google Adsense]By now I’m sure you’ve heard that the 2011 Mustang V6 is supposed to pop out a whopping 305 horsepower, which makes Camaro v6 owners testees shrink a little. Not to mention, this hulking V6 is the first production car in the world to produce over 300 horsepower while simultaneously getting better than 30 miles per gallon. It’s insane, it’s like having vegetables that taste like cake and it’s making Chevy think twice about what type of numbers they should be shooting for in their next V6 Camaro.
The power struggle amongst the little (smaller) engines that could is a hot topic for reports prying at Chevrolet execs. In a recent interview, Chevy marketing manager was asked if the Camaro would be able to live up to Ford’s horsepower challenges. According to him we’ll find out in a few weeks when the 2011 Camaro figures actually hit the press. I’m suspecting this was said with a wink and may have been his only way out of the room without looking like a wussy man.
Truth be told however both the 2010 Camaro V6 and 2011 Mustang V6 are strong contenders, even compared with just a few years ago. The 2010 Camaro V6 is producing 300 horsepower and 273 ft lb of torque, compared to the Mustang V6 at 305 horsepower and 280 ft lb of torque. Not a huge difference, maybe not even one you’ll feel in the seat of your pants, but the fuel efficiency is higher in the V6 Mustang, which might make you feel it in your wallet.
How would you have reacted 10 years ago if I told you Ford was going to produce a V6 Mustang that produced more horsepower than the V8 GT’s and V8 Cobras? I would have peed a little laughing so hard.