There are curb weights listed on Dodge's web site. When you compare them to a Titan the 2WD regular cab is lighter. The main reason the Dodges seem to have some fast times is that those particular trucks have spent some time at the track. The more you work with the vehicle the better you are able to launch and tune even if it is stock. I agree that the Dodge's are generally heavier. I don't know what happened with the Edmunds test. But if you want to compare vehicles with weights that are equal you have to use a scale or curb weights. You can't just use your opinion of the weight. That makes no sense. It seems there is a lot of difference in performance in the hemi's. The Titan's seem to be more consistent.