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1996 Dodge Viper GTS FOR SALE @ Eric's Muscle Cars

http://www.ericsmusclecars.com/car.php?car=421 is proud to offer this 8000 miles from new Viper.2-Seater Premium sport style leather highback bucket seats w/adj lumbar support Color-keyed center console w/park brake lever/ash tray Full Euro-look short pile carpeting Black leather wrapped 3-spoke steering wheel w/energy absorbing tilt column Leather wrapped shifter knob Air conditioning Remote control security alarm system Pwr windows Full electromechanical analog instrument cluster w/200-MPH speedometer/7000 RPM tachometer engine coolant temp/oil pressure/amps/fuel gauges Warning lights for engine oil pressure/engine coolant engine electric malfunction 2-3 shift lockout charging system security system Premium sound system - AM/FM stereo w/seek/scan CD player digital clock 130-watt dual pwr amplifiers 6-speakers Glove box Seatback pockets Reinforced glass fiber body Soft fascia bumpers w/high density foam energy absorbers Aero polyellipsoid low beam/halogen high beam headlamps w/integral turn signal Fascia integrated fog lamps w/covers Body-color dual manual outside breakaway mirrors Tinted windshield glass Deluxe windshield wiper/washer w/intermittent feature 8.0L SMFI OHV aluminum V10 engine Fully-synchronized 6-speed manual transmission w/OD 11.9"" diameter single dry disc clutch Limited-slip differential Direct ignition system 770 CCA long-life maintenance free battery 120 amp alternator Engine oil cooler 4-wheel independent aluminum suspension w/double A-arms adjustable dampers anti-roll bars Front/rear coil springs/adjustable twin tube low pressure gas charged shock absorbers P275/40ZR17 SBR Michelin XGTZ speed-rated front tires P335/35ZR17 SBR Michelin XGTZ speed-rated rear tires 17"" X 10"" 5-spoke aluminum wheels (front) 17"" X 13"" 5-spoke aluminum wheels (rear) T155/80D16 compact spare tire 16"" X 4"" aluminum spare wheel Pwr hydraulic rack & pinion steering Pwr-assisted 13"" front/rear vented disc brakes 19 gallon fuel tank Dual side outlet Exhaust system Driver & front passenger air bags supplemental restraint system 3-point passive unibelt restraint system Energy absorbing steering column Dual note horn!


 


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(HD) Dodge Viper GTS Heffner 650 - LOUD REVS, HARD ACCELERATION, great sound
Today was the event called 'Ferrari-Chat Herfstrit 2011', a supercar meeting with a total of 50+ exotics, including 39 Ferrari's. But this first video is not about a Ferrari, but about a American supercar. This Viper GTS has a 8.0L V10 engine that produces 600bhp and 950NM. If you concentrate on the details, you can see that the Viper has green brakes, and a green engine cover. Exhausts: Full B&B System w/high flow cats from Roe Racing. Please give your opinion about this sick sounding Dodge Viper GTS Heffner 650! 'LIKE' my page on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Swsthebest1994-Official-FaceBook-fan-page/161 696117233490 SUBCHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/swsthebestOneShot Thanks! Sjoerd © Swsthebest1994 CarChannel!





Dodge Viper GTS Burnout at The Speakerbox
A customer and friends Dodge Viper GTS doing a burnout at The Speakerbox in Huntsville, Alabama.





**Quick Look** Dodge Viper GTS Video Presentation with Chris Moran
http://www.SupercarNetwork.com Dodge Viper GTS by Chris Moran





Dodge Viper GTS 8.0 V10 1997
This Dodge Viper GTS more info goto www.ecarlink.dk Follow eCAR on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/eCAR-MOTORSPORTS/277451153785?ref=tn_tnmn





My new 1997 Dodge Viper GTS Blue with White Stripes
My new toy (available in 720p - Droid X): 1997 Dodge Viper GTS Coupe V10, 8.0L 450hp Blue with white stripes Ridiculously awesome





1996 Dodge Viper GTS Heffner Twin Turbo Coupe
We are pleased to offer this '96 Viper GTS Coupe you see here. But make no mistake, this is not your average Viper. This BEAST is powered by its 8.0L (488CI) V10 which was modified by the masterminds of forced induction systems at Heffner Performance and features a custom twin-turbo setup. The end result is a machine putting out nearly 1,000HP (950HP and 895 lb-ft torque @ 15psi). This car was built with one thing in mind... SPEED and it does just that. Best quarter mile by its current owner was done at 10.7 sec @ 141mph. 6 speed manual transmission with an MGW short throw shifter. The car rides on massive chrome 20" HRE 567R wheels wrapped in Nitto INVO rubber 285/30ZR20 front, 345/25ZR20 rear. Stopping power comes by way of a SRT Brembo brake kit with cross-drilled and slotted rotors. Suspension has been lowered to fill the gaps thanks to some Eibach springs. This car was featured in the November 2009 issue of Super Street Bike Magazine called Car vs Kawasaki ZX-14: Ultimate Street Showdown. It featured 5 heavily tuned cars put up against a stock Kawasaki ZX-14. The Viper was the clear winner against the other cars and 2nd only to the Kawasaki by a margin of 0.9 seconds. A pretty outstanding accomplishment for a fully streetable 3400lb vehicle! http://www.specialtysales.com/1996-dodge-viper-gts-heffner-tt-c-3092.htm





1996 Dodge Viper GTS Stock Idle
1996 Dodge Viper GTS all original #884, just taken out to warm up, 17,300 mi, nothing ever changed. . . sorry the quality is kinda s*****.





**Quick Look**2000 Dodge Viper GTS--D&M Motorsports
A stunning 2000 Dodge Viper GTS with only 16K miles at D&M Motorsports. Hosted by Mr. Christopher Moran of AutoMedia. So the saying goes: "If I have to explain, you wouldn't understand." Those who squint at the Dodge Viper, shrug, and say, "I don't get it," should just sit on their hands or buy something else. The rest of us appreciate Dodge's outrageous musclecar for proving the company had the guts to produce what amounted to a concept vehicle for the street. A romping 8.0-liter OHV V-10 rendered in aluminum pushed 400 horsepower and 450 pound-feet of torque through a mandatory six-speed manual. Those rare early Vipers only 285 were built the first season (1992)--had nothing so civilized as air-conditioning, ABS, or traction control. Not even roll-up windows or external door latches. And no one seemed to care: The Viper was raw and elemental--and hugely popular for an impractical, $50,000 extravagance. Sales peaked in 1994 at 1926 cars, but just more than 14,000 were built through the 2002 model year. Gradually, Dodge tamed the beast. In 1994, air-conditioning became a factory option (dealer-installed before), and in 1996, the side-exit Exhausts moved to the rear accompanied by 15 more horsepower. That year, the GTS coupe arrived with yet more power, 450 horses. In 1999, slightly hopped-up ACR versions became available. For 2000, Dodge fitted a regular Viper with a tamer camshaft that took some of the edge from the car's aggressive Exhaust note, while cast pistons replaced forged slugs. ABS came aboard in 2000. Which Viper is best depends on your desires. Viper fanatics love the early cars for their back-to-basics approach. Also, it's said that the forged pistons handle the pressure of aftermarket supercharging better than the cast items. That said, the later cars are more liveable. Viper enthusiasts say the car is reliable but not cheap to maintain. Look for blown head gaskets in the early models and evidence of racetrack experience--charred brake fluid and excessive tire wear. Check any extended warranty carefully; the factory's can be transferred once only. Many Vipers have been modified, but stick with stock unless you know what you're doing. Take a ride, and maybe then you'll understand. So imagine our surprise to find that this car wasn't quicker and didn't handle better than stock. Part of the shortcoming can be traced to the less-grippy tarmac at the (not our usual) test venue. It did scorch a 3.9-second 0-60-mph time. But the quarter mile was a "mere" 12.4 at 117.6. Previous GTS Vipers had run 12.1 to 12.2 seconds and from 117.9 to 120.5 mph. Likewise, our 600-foot slalom test also yielded softer numbers than expected. Instead of somewhere around 68.5 to 72.4 mph, the ACRplus carved through at "just" 68.1 mph. Fortunately, answers arrived the day after the test in a mail package listing the ACRplus' specs and from a short phone call to Mopar's experts. First, what we actually got despite the long list of engine parts was an only modest bump of 56 horses and 41 extra pound-feet of torque. A "stock" GTS Viper already makes an incredible 450 horsepower and about 490 pound-feet of torque. The second, but probably most important, factor in our just so-so quarter-mile times was the shorter 3.73:1 "performance" rear axle. Although it might have provided a nice advantage in a parking lot autocross, the shorter gear was causing the engine to hit the rev limiter at about 115 mph in third gear-just shy of a full quarter mile. (Note that the standard axle is a much taller 3.07.) The driver's choices were to run up against the limiter or attempt a quick upshift. Unfortunately, both strategies blunted quarter-mile times and speeds. What about the slower pass through the slalom? The experts at Mopar disclosed that the car's adjustable shocks had been left on their softest settings. The result was a great riding Viper, but also a measurable loss in response. A few up clicks on the adjusters would've sharpened the car's response. In the end, the real benefit provided by the Mopar's premium shocks was to ride comfort. The shorter axle ratio does make the Viper's response even fiercer for timed handling events. At the dragstrip, however, the standard axle works best. The lesson: Do your homework carefully before you shop for parts or test a car. Otherwise, you may find performance improved, just not in the targeted area.





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2x Dodge Viper RT-10 Engine start up!
This pair of Vipers came into Cars and Coffee in pair and left in pair. Both Cars looking stunning. Please don't forget to rate, comment, subscribe! Thank you





Dodge Viper GTS 1996
Le belle Dodge Viper GTS de 1996 du garage Madness US : http://www.madness-us-cars.com Cette voiture est equipée d'un moteur V10 hyper coupleux de 8 litres de cylindrée !





2003 Dodge Viper SRT-10 Start Up & Rev - 9k ( 8.3L V10 500 HP )
2003 Dodge Viper SRT-10 This has a 8.3L V10 Engine pumping out 500 HP of Pure Fury. It's paired to a 6 Spd Manual. Beautiful Engine Compartment. When Chrysler puts their mind to it, they can actually do something. nice. Interior is on the low rent side tho but dam when an engine screaming like that, hardly any1 will pay attention to it.





Dodge Viper GTS - sound, V10 rumble!!
PHOTOGRAPHY of this Dodge Viper GTS and a lot more: http://razzi.me/Jamboolio/albums Jamboolio takes a look at one the most legendary supercars ever to come from the USA, the Dodge Viper GTS. This beast has a 450hp V10 engine and gorgeous looks plus a huge wing on the back, it is awesome! The GTS was produced between 1996-2002. It had a new body, interior, all-new V-10 engine, less weight and more power compared to the "normal" RT/10 model. Location: Helsinki, Finland Watch in High Definition (1080p HD). Please RATE, COMMENT & SUBSCRIBE! Follow Jamboolio on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/Jamboolio





'97 Viper GTS Borla Exhaust
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