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srtman said:
http://www.conceptcarz.com/vehicle/z11186/Dodge_Caliber%20SRT-4/default.aspx

scroll down and read that they say AWD, i think media companys are mixing up the srt and the r/t.
Power is transferred through a dual-mass flywheel to the six-speed manual transmission. The dual-mass flywheel consists of two flywheels sandwiching internal springs that are specially tuned to reduce noise and vibration. The GF DMT-6 six-speed transmission, equipped with a limited-slip differential for uniform side-to-side power transfer, is capable of handling up to 300 lb.-ft. of torque.

Torque is sent to the Dodge Caliber SRT4's wheels through equal-length halfshafts sourced from Chrysler Group mid-size cars for their larger size and power-handling capability....
funny they got it right in the article but messed up in the summary chart
 

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