The very same test was applied to a 6.1L equipped with a manual transmission. Run in stock trim, the Hemi produced 376 hp and 375 lbs/ft of torque, or just slightly more than the auto version. After adding the Kenne Bell blower, these numbers jumped to 537 hp and 510 lbs/ft of torque. Just as with the automatic, the stick car was now blessed with an abundance of torque, to the tune of over 440 lbs/ft at 2,000 rpm. It bears pointing out that supercharged motor produced more torque at 2,000 rpm than the normally aspirated motor did at its peak, and by a significant amount. Even with the sizable curb weight, traction will be in short supply once you nail the throttle.