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 Dodge Viper RT/10  Dodge Viper GTS  Dodge Viper GTS-R  Viper Pics
Viper World
The Dodge Viper was introduced in 1992 as an open top roadster, the R/T 10. And so began the public's fascination with this massively powerful beauty. In 1992, this was the only available model. The RT/10 is now powered by an 8.0L V10 that rumbles out over 400 horses and boasts a top speed of about 167 mph. MSRP = $64,000. Since then Dodge has added to list of available snakes.
The list know includes:
Dodge Viper RT/10 roadster
Dodge Viper GTS coupe
Dodge Viper GTS-R


The Dodge Viper GTS Coupe

The GTS coupe is basically a hardtop Viper. The GTS Coupe was introduced by Chrysler in about the summer of 1996. The engine is a reworked version of the RT/10 V10. This work includes new block, new heads, shorter cooling jackets, a new cam and higher compression that allow for a top speed of 185 mph, 15 mph more than the RT/10. All this, and not to mention this on is "weather-proof." MSRP = $66,500.


Dodge Viper GTS-R

After a 20-year absence from the racing circuit, Chrysler Corporation is back on track with a full-scale motorsport effort in its production-based Viper GTS-R. The racing V-10s, assembled by Caldwell Development, will be available in three forms. The standard "club" V-10 doesn't need many changes to make its 525 horsepower: just a racing camshaft with more lift and duration, and Borla headers. The "endurance" engine includes those changes, plus there's a velocity-stack intake manifold with ported heads, solid-lifter roller rockers, higher-rate valve springs, and chrome-moly Carillo connecting rods. Output is 650 horsepower. The "sprint" engine, at 700 horsepower, is an endurance engine with larger valves, an even more aggressive camshaft, and valvetrain changes that allow a higher 7000-plus-rpm redline. The transmission, for example, is a racing version of the Viper's Borg-Warner T-56 six-speed. The rear differential is a big Dana 60 with an aluminum case, specifically designed for the Viper GTS-R's tremendous torque (more than 650 pound-feet on the optional engines). The shock absorbers resemble Indy-car Konis, the steering rack is the Viper's stock TRW with revised valving, and the brakes from Brembo are whoppers--eight titanium pistons per caliper at the front, four-piston calipers at the rear, grasping either carbon-fiber or cast-iron discs. Michelin stepped in with custom Pilot SX racing slicks. There's also a Tilton carbon-fiber triple-disc clutch and eight-pound flywheel (versus 32 pounds for the stock Viper). The center-lock three-piece BBS wheels have cast-magnesium centers. Goodyear racing tires will also be tested and offered. MSRP = starts at $200,000, and to get one, you have to have a race team and special insurance

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Dodge Viper Pictures
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  A line of Viper GTSs    Blue Viper GTS    Blue Viper GTS Coupe 
  Viper shooting fire    Viper GTS-R Racing car    Drawing of Viper GTS-R 
  Drawing of rear view of Viper GTS-R    View of an open Viper    Viper Prototype 
  Red Viper GTS Coupe    Red Viper GTS  Viper RT/10 Roadster 
  View of what's under the HOOD!  Viper GTS Hennesy Venom 600    Picture of 3 bad @$$ Vipers 
  Drawing of the powerful 8.0L V-10    A sweet white Viper   

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