Nth Moto Introduces 1,323 HP Twin-Turbo Dodge Viper

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Racecar builder transforms 2006 Viper SRT10 into a drag racing monster.

Hailing from Minnesota, Nth Moto offers race team tuning and support, builds race cars, and designs turbo systems and custom fabrication. An example of its fine work is this twin-turbo Dodge Viper that boasts two TiAL turbos with hand-formed 5-1 stainless-steel turbo manifolds, air-to-water intercooler and billet aluminum intercooler endtanks.

The 2006 Viper SRT10 has also been fitted with a custom electronics package that enables the fuel systems, fuel pressure, crankcase pressure and back pressure to be measured live.

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The result of all this wizardry is a 1,323 horsepower with standard 93 octane in the tank, as well as some essential chassis upgrades. These include a sequential transmission that allows rapid shifts while flooring the gas, an adjustable suspension, fuel system, NHRA rollcage and parachute. Those last two modifications should give you an idea where the Viper will be burning rubber on its day off.

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