Hey guys,Carl is the name, I'm from Wellington New Zealand. Below is what I call; The Batram. There is too much too list and I don't want to bore you all to tears so I'll just let the photos do the talking lol. It's a 2006 Dodge Ram SRT/10 Night Runner Edition. For anyone interested, you can see more at my website: www.carlwalski.com For the record, I'm not into "Batman" per se, yes he's cool etc but what I REALLY like are his gadgets and more importantly, his vehicles. The whole dark, mysterious, sinister theme is kick arse in my opinion. There are STACKS of photos below and in the posts to follow it and also a couple of videos. I'm not arrogant enough to think everyone likes my ride and know it's not everyones cup of tea but I sure as hell love it! Would love to get in touch with someone (the editor) about getting it in the Truckin magazine. I'm a professional photographer by trade so doing a shoot and story is no worries. Be good to see a RHD SRT/10 Ram in there as you guys won't see that everyday!! Cheers,CarlwalskiTHE BATRAM
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sir your photograghic skill are exceptional.those pic's are more art
Just curious what those "Up" and "Down" paddles on the wheel are for? Is it an automatic, or a stick, like the factory 2-doors were? Care to share any more secrets in terms of the gadgets?
Thanks guys!!The Ram has had a custom racing spec (1600hp) 4L80E installed (4-speed racing auto box), chirps the tires hard, instant on demand shifts. It was custom built by Carl Rossler. The box is running in conjunction with a Compushift unit and ties in with the custom Mercedes AMG paddle shifter set up. Check out this video I made below (watch the gear indicator mostly), but it'll show you the basics of how it all works, simple as. Floor shift or paddle, they work together and you can use either one, any time. Not much stock in this vehicle any more lol........Batram - Compushift DemoCheers,CarlwalskiThe Batram
Wow. That's pretty impressive. I don't know if we have any correspondents in New Zealand, but it sure seems like feature material to me!
.....And that, my friends, is why I love the Ram.
esanchez:Wow. That's pretty impressive. I don't know if we have any correspondents in New Zealand, but it sure seems like feature material to me! Hi bud, I've drafted an article of my own in the past for a magazine (cover car) but would be more than happy to work with you guys. Hopefully you can see from my photography that I could also do my own shoot, UHQ shots, fresh new images. I'm actually in position and in line to work for a car magazine sometime in the near future so am capable of getting all that is required in both article and photos. I'm keen as! It's a pretty unique truck (if I do say so), being RHD as well adds a new twist to a US born, LHD vehicle something of which Truckin' magazine may not have featured before. Not sure who to ask but if you know the right strings to tug, maybe get someone to email me: firstname.lastname@example.org and perhaps we can get the ball rolling. :-)Cheers,Carl aka CarlwalskiWellington, New Zealand