Curb Weight for SRT-4: 2970 lbsI've owned Both 2005 SRT-4 and 2006 SRT-PT :thumbsup: 5-speed. idk about the ecu's being "tamer", mine was just as fast as my buddy's srt-4 with the same mods(PT's weigh like 500 pounds more too). and the gearing is the exact same(no LSD Sucked), we checked every gear one night and they where all the exact same rpm's at the same speeds. Intercooler is a little smaller and the no boost gauge sucked, but thats a cheap fix. The intake manifold is really the only major differnce in the engine and actually makes more TQ then the srt-4 manifold on a plus side the pt's have way more options, Cruise, all 4 power windows, heated seats, avg MPG gauge, Better Fog light switch(No need to rewire). I always hated the way you sit in the pt though, feels so high! Srt-4 has much more comfortable seats IMO! Pt's also have a VERY restrictive muffler I guess so the old people don't have to listen to it lol! Brakes were the same size just red on the neon.
Curb Weight for PT GT: 3304-3311 lbs
Gear ratios for SRT-4 (T850 transmission):
Final drive: 3.526:1
Gear ratios for PT GT (Getrag 288S Transmission):
Final Drive Ratio: 3.29
Should remember the Getrag 288S was originally designed for the PT CRD Turbo Diesel.
Not sure if you were looking at the pictures but the intercooler looks bigger then the SRT-4's. Bigger face.