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900Hp!!! 94' Rt/10
10-20-2004, 01:24 AM
Not mine but thought i would share.....900 Hp!!...Blue Printed Super Viper Systems motor,Penske Adjustable Shocks, Brembo Brake set up, Roll bar, 5 point harness, Alpine stereo with amps/sub, Alpine Alarm, full exhaust, Nitrous,Fiber front splitter, rear wing, brake bias control inside the car, Double Bubble Hard top, Vipermania side windows, 3:55 gears for faster acceleration,and more....
I dont usually like Rt/10 's but this one makes me think twice.The guy spent over 100K in mods. I really want to see the 1/4 mile time.
10-21-2004, 09:05 PM
holy crap. wouldn't the 3:55 make getting traction ever harder on the street?
02-06-2005, 02:20 PM
$100K for only 900 hp and sprayin'?!?!? That's pittiful. But then again if it's all motor, you get a little more gratitude from me but still. There are 1100 hp TOYOTA Supras runnin' around that have close to the same amount of money in them and they're not even on the laughing gas. To each man his own opinion....
02-13-2005, 02:29 AM
hell toyota supras are are running 1400-1500bhp with that 3.0 straight six for around 100k. the problem with all these high horsepower cars is like 958rocky said "getting it to the ground".. ive seen 900hp cars slaughter 1200hp cars. Anyways nice viper and thanks for showing it.
02-19-2005, 03:07 AM
That would be Manny's 94 RT/10. He has two vipers, remember the viper vs. busa video? Yes that was his car also. His cars are very quick. I haven't seen the RT/10 run but it's one of my favorites.
02-28-2005, 10:05 PM
I just saw that car for sale. There was no price but it was for sale. I don't remember which site I looked up "1994 Dodge Viper for sale" on yahoo and that was one I found. It also said it was 850hp though instead of 900hp. I'm positive that's the car though, it has the splitter and wing just like the other one.
03-10-2005, 01:34 AM
DYNO JOCKEY CAR... with all that money spent and they can't even turn decent times on a strip or a road course. I wonder why?
Maybe it's because most of the Viper tuners neglect to do a proportional amount of modifications to the chassis and suspension... duhhhh...
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