It uses the V-10 engine from the newest Viper, and runs on an absurd 39 pounds of boost.
This Dodge Viper drag car was built by Nth Moto of Shakopee, Minnesota. Though it looks mostly stock on the outside (save for some massive drag radials out back), it’s far from standard underneath. Under the hood sits a V-10 engine from the newest Viper, built to accommodate two massive turbochargers. Unsurprisingly, it sounds insane.
The car, nicknamed The Juggernaut, was able to lay down 3103 horsepower and 2404 lb-ft of torque to a hub dyno during a recent test—scarcely believable for anything that looks remotely like a street car. According to Nth Moto, the best this Viper has been able to do at the drag strip is a quarter-mile of 7.3 seconds at 199 mph. But that was at “just” 28 pounds of boost.
We can’t wait to see how much quicker it can go on this new setup.
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