This Dodge Viper is rocking a set of large 88 mm Garrett turbochargers
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by Brad Anderson
Positive, the Dodge Viper could also be lifeless however there stays a thriving scene for Viper tuning and drag racing. Actually, among the world’s quickest road-legal automobiles are twin-turbocharged Vipers producing astronomical ranges of energy. This instance is one among them.
The Viper in query has been constructed up by Calvo Motorsports within the U.S. and whereas we don’t have a full listing of modifications made to it, we do know that its V10 engine is rocking a pair of large 88 mm turbochargers from Garrett.
The crew from Goobers Storage not too long ago strapped the Viper into its hub dyno and it returned a very outstanding 3,317 hp and a pair of,307 lb-ft (3,127 Nm) of torque on the wheels. Meaning the twin-turbocharged V10 itself is probably going pumping out over 3,700 hp. To place that into perspective, that’s extra energy than 5 McLaren 720Ss and virtually 4 Ferrari SF90 Stradales.
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Unsurprisingly, the automotive appears to be like like fairly an unruly beast on the dyno and spits out large flames on the overrun after every dyno pull.
Dodge Vipers like this are able to some breathtaking efficiency feats. In November last year, we shared a video of a separate Viper that had been modified by Nth Moto to additionally produce over 3,300 hp. It too encompasses a pair of Garrett 88 mm turbochargers however remarkably retains the OEM engine block and head castings. It ran down the quarter-mile in a blistering 6.68 seconds at 220.1 mph (354.2 km/h) throughout testing, setting a brand new world document for a Viper within the course of.
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