2006 Dodge Viper, Perfect every thing works. Engine and drive train have about 1000 miles, all parts are very low milage. Car runs 11.3 at 133 in the quarter on a non prepped track. The next thing I would add to the car wold be a SPEC stage 5 clutch. Would make it a high to mid ten second car. Car is currently on Guam I am active duty military, Shipping to the states runs $2-3000.00. Not enough time to use the car it sits in the garage, and I have a baby on the way. I have over 30k in performance parts in the car.
2009 Gen 4 diff
Unitrax 1000hp axels
ROE 710 cam
ROE push rods
ROE slow bleed lifters
ROE intake filters
BBK throttle body , ported
Heavily ported intake
Nitrous Direct kit with plate system,bottle heater, and 15 pound bottle
GEN 4 head gaskets
stage 2 cylinder heads
Stainless headers full 3 in race exhaust, entirely wrapped
MSD shift Light
Powder coated 2011 rims
Taylor plug wires,colder plugs
AEM wide band, ROE gauge pod
Stainless steel door sills
Tires have about 2k, almost new
All new fluids and belt
Parts that can be shipped separate, full drag pack with CCW rims , slicks, skinnys, rear lower control arms and gen 2 brake calipers rotors,brake lines, hardware, every thing you need to run slicks with new tires.
Dodge Viper for Sale
Mon, 16 Dec 2013 14:57:00 EST
My younger brother bought a Dodge Dart earlier this summer. It's a basic SXT, in Maximum Steel Metallic, with the 2.0-liter engine, a six-speed automatic transmission and not a whole lot else. Unfortunately, at the time, the Dart was one of the few cars in the compact class I'd never driven. I didn't know a lot about it, and therefore, didn't have a lot to say when he bought it. I think the words "based on an Alfa," popped out when I first saw it.
Fri, 22 Nov 2013 11:00:00 EST
As it turns out, he's grown quite fond of the dark gray sedan, so it was with some degree of enthusiasm that I paid him a visit in this bright-orange Dart GT. I was excited to see what it was about the Dart that he enjoyed so much, despite my tester featuring a different engine, transmission and a lot more tech. After a week with the car, though, I must say: I don't quite see what all the fuss is about.
After 30 years of tuning performance cars and building racecars, Saleen is celebrating its racing heritage with a limited-production car line called SA-30. Based on the Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger, Saleen will only build 10 of each SA-30 model at a base price of $95,000.
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For that money, buyers will get upgraded suspension, brakes and engines, and while the power figures have not been released for the SA-30 620 Camaro and SA-30570 Challenger models, the SA-30 302 Mustang will be the top performer with 625 horsepower. Each car will be painted up in a custom pearl white hue with black and yellow accents, and get white wheels shrouding yellow powder-coated brake calipers. Inside, the SA-30 offerings will all get a proper Saleen interior with black leather and white Alcantara on the seats, along with the expected smattering of SA-30 badges.
On all three SA-30 models, customers will have various options available to further customize their cars, including a rear-seat delete option that transforms each car's cabin into a race-inspired interior with a chassis-strengthening rear cross brace. Perhaps the coolest feature of all, though, is the Saleen Frost-Touch Glass that is an option on the SA-30 302 Mustang. Similar to the Mercedes Sky Control roof first introduced on the Mercedes SLK, the Saleen Frost-Touch Glass allows the Mustang's optional glass roof and rear window to be switched from transparent to opaque at the push of a button.
On top of all the other performance car debuts slated for next week's Detroit Auto Show, we might be able to add one more to the list - the new, supercharged Hellcat V8 from Chrysler. According to new reports, the rumored 640-horsepower mill is likely to cross the Motor City stage in the engine bay of a Dodge Challenger.
As AllPar points out, though, there may be more news than just the fire-breathing engine. While we've seen spy photos of the Hellcat testing under the hood of the current Challenger, there's a very fair chance that it won't arrive until the muscle car is refreshed later this year. The question now is whether that refresh will be shown off alongside the new engine in Detroit, or if it'll be saved, perhaps for the New York Auto Show.
Other details dug up by AllPar include potential transmissions for the supercharged engine - the Mopar-minded site is expecting an eight-speed automatic or a Tremec six-speed manual. Prices, meanwhile, could be in the same elevated range as the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, at $70,000 to $80,000.