67 Karmann Ghia Viper V-10 "Blue Mamba"
A 1967 Karmann Ghia with a Viper V-10 motor in it that I shot at the
Detroit AutoRama 2013.....this is one cool Volkswagen...Make sure you
subscribe so that you don't miss any of the other cool cars I shot at this
Hear it run https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTvzfOzxsdI
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Legendary Motorcar SuperCuda on Forgeline ZX3R Wheels
Legendary Motorcar builds a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda on Dodge Viper
underpinnings with a 1000+ HP twin turbo
Viper engine and 18x11/19x13 Forgeline ZX3R wheels. They take it to the
test track and go up against a Ferrari Enzo at over 208 MPH! Learn more
about the Forgeline ZX3R at:
1968 Dodge Charger SRT-10 Viper Powered
Viper powered '68 Dodge Charger! Fully restored by RK-Motors.
Below is link to Pictures of car including the engine bay!! Enjoy...
Cobra Engine Build Part 1
This will be the first in a series on the engine build for my Cobra. This
is a 351W bored 0.030" with a 408 stroker crank. The intake was converted
to fuel injection and featured in a previous video. I will list components
as much as I can.
2013 SRT Viper vs 2014 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series! - Head 2 Head Ep. 36
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Motor Trend's Jonny Lieberman pits two
members of the "more than 600 horsepower club" against
each other - the 2013 SRT Viper & the 2014 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black
Series. It's a three-bout heavyweight match that begins with real world
canyon carving, moves on to an all-out quarter mile drag race, and then
finishes with blistering hot laps around Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca with hot
shoe Randy Pobst.
Despite a huge gap in price, both of these long-nosed, front-engine, RWD,
two-seat brawlers represent significant revisions of their wild
predecessors. Will good old fashion American muscle beat out German
Engineering? Join us as we find out.
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Dodge VIPER V10 in a Ford Maverick !
This is my 1970 Ford Maverick project car... It's about half way through
the build and looking pretty good so far.
Check back for more videos of the build up!
Dodge Viper 10 cyl Engine in Nissan Patrol
Hi Everyone we Fix this engine in to the Nissan Patrol vehicle
Engine type Dodge Viper -- 8.0L V-10
Transmission type - Nissan patrol Manual Transmission
Clutch plate type - Nissan patrol
Pressure plate type - GM
in Ali al khraz garage (K.S.A)
Triple Black Attack: 1970 440 6-Pack 'Cuda - /BIG MUSCLE
Each and every muscle car enthusiast has that one experience that has
helped define the way in which they view the automobile. For Northern
California's John Cross that experience came by way of riding in the back
of his cousins 1970 440 6-Pack Plymouth 'Cuda when he was a kid. It was a
car that provided him with memories, stories and of course, a goal - that
being, to one day own the very car which got his engine running all those
years ago. It's now 2012, 42 years after that first faithful ride in the
very 'Cuda you're about to see. This time however it resides in John's
garage, not his cousins, which can mean only one thing... Sometimes dreams
do come true.
Skyline R33 swap Viper engine gen3
montage a l'arrache avec movie maker pour montrer le 1er roulage de la
skyper (réalisé pour un petit shooting photos) .
en rodage donc aucune montée en régime du moteur (très frustrant.......)
134091 / 1971 Plymouth 'Cuda
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/b8wekly
Engine swaps have been around from the earliest days of motoring. More
sophisticated hot rodders pioneered chassis swaps to get more performance
and less weight. But rare is the car that can so seamlessly blend two
completely different vehicles as seamlessly as this 1971 Plymouth Barracuda
convertible. You see, that body is just an illusion, because underneath
it's a 2001 Dodge Viper, complete with a thundering 450 hrosepower V10,
6-speed manual transmission, and fully independent suspension. What's truly
exceptional, however, is how beautifully built the entire car is, and the
engineering required is truly mind-boggling. Why, just for starters, note
that it's now a two-seater, just like the Viper, although the proportions
of the 'Cuda body remain unchanged. How cool is that?
Starting out with a clean, complete 318-powered '71 'Cuda convertible, Time
Machines in Hudson, Florida was contracted to mate the two different
vehicles, having experience in such things after building the award-winning
"Six Shooter." The body was gutted and stripped, with the floors removed
but saving the front subframe, rockers, and radiator cradle. After the
conversion, the entire body was refinished to show condition using 100%
original 'Cuda sheetmetal and no fiberglass. Bright Viper Red paint was
appropriately selected to cover the radical new E-body, and the two-stage
urethane looks about a mile deep, even out in the bright sunNotice the
trick details like the custom-made billboards which feature a Viper logo in
place of the usual engine size designation. And the power-actuated
forward-tilting hood is both a tribute to the original Viper setup and an
extremely trick way to attract a TON of attention at any car show. Open
this sucker up and you'll be able to sell admission tickets.
The foundation of this car is a 2001 Viper, and with 450 horsepower on tap, do you
really need upgrades? Look closely and you'll see just how OEM the
conversion really is—note factory hose clamps, air filter assembly, and
even cables actuating the dual throttle bodies. Custom sheetmetal panels
frame the V10 in the 'Cuda's engine bay, and it's obvious that there was a
ton of fabrication involved, seeing how the engine is snuggled up under the
windshield for improved weight distribution. It fires up like a stock
Viper, idles perfectly, and is happy to drive in rush hour traffic without
getting cranky or overheating, all signs of an OEM, not a homemade project.
The chassis is also from the Viper, and features a bulletproof Tremec
6-speed manual transmission and a heavy-duty 3.07 rear end. Custom floors
were created to fit the body tightly over the frame, and the suspension was
fortified with a set of Aldan coilover shocks, but otherwise it would look
familiar to any Chrysler tech at the dealership. The Exhaust is handled by a custom dual setup that
uses glasspacks and resonators that dump out just under the rear bumper,
and bystanders will undoubtedly do a double-take when they hear 10
cylinders fire up. More than two years were invested in getting the chassis
setup exactly correct, and today it drives like a stocker with no
questionable handling, no bone-rattling ride, just a smooth, fully
engineered piece that can cruise like a factory-built car. It even rides on
stock Viper SRT 6-lug wheels wearing Viper-sized Michelin Pilots.
As you can imagine, the interior was a big challenge, but the
transformation from 5-passenger to 2-seater is seamless. A custom all-steel
dashboard not only houses the original Viper gauges, but provides the right
setback for the engine and allows the interior proportions to be adjusted
to fit those two Viper bucket seats. A new Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo has been
fitted to the dash, with speakers in the rear area that has been completely
resculpted to eliminate the back seat, yet still provide a sleek top-down
profile. A stock black convertible top operates as it should, and all four
windows seal up tightly. The trunk has been upholstered to match, and
houses electronics for the stereo system.
This is an extremely impressive car that has been professionally engineered
and built to the highest standards. With OEM-grade mechanicals that will
last virtually forever and the ability to be serviced at any Chrysler
dealership in the world, it's a no-compromises car that encompasses the
best of both worlds.. Pro-touring has never been this accessible, and if
you're the kind of guy who wants something nobody else has, this is your
E-ticket ride. Call today!