RARE dodge viper copperhead edition fast acceleration!
I spot this gorgeous dodge viper copperhead edition in south haven,
michigan! this is number 51 out of only 300 in the world, making it an
extremely rare car! I absolutely love the color and the wheels on this
beauty, and the sound can be best heard with the volume up! the owner was
really cool, and gave me a really fast and loud acceleration! let me know
what you think of the car in a comment, and remember to give the thumbs up
2004 Dodge Viper SRT10 Roadster FOR SALE flemings ultimate garage
8.3 liter/500hp aluminum V-10, 6-speed close ratio trans, mirror finish
Viper silver metallic paint, black sport seat leather interior, black cloth
convertible top, Infinity digital sound w/ in-dash CD, polished 19" alloys
w/ red calipers, great sounding factory side pipes, power windows + door
locks, Xenon headlights, keyless entry, factory alarm + Imobilizer, big
brakes, garage kept, spectacular condition and only 15K miles.
2006 Dodge Viper SRT-10 Coupe
Some footage of the srt-10 around Ottawa. Pictures at the end courtesy of
Shawn Pepin and Nick Ma. Check their flickr for more pics.
2009 Dodge Viper SRT-10 Dyno Test
Inside Line gets the 2009 Dodge Viper SRT-10 on the Dyno.
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Dodge Viper Srt-10 Custom Exhaust
2004 Dodge Viper Srt-10 custom Exhaust. It has no rear cats and magnaflow
mufflers with 3 inch tips. The Exhaust is a Magnaflow round muffler part number
10426. The headers are stock. The tips were 3 and a half inch angle cut
stainless steel tips.
132365 / 2004 Dodge Viper: Mamba Edition
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Showing just 7724 original miles, Mamba #182 is a rare, virtually new car
that has been driven about 1100 miles a year. The white paint is unique to
the Mamba, and while it isn't as flashy as red, the unique look of an
all-white Viper has its own appeal—kind of like the white Bengal tigers.
Somehow it's much cooler than what you usually see on the road. The finish
is, of course, virtually unblemished thanks to expert care since it was new
and there's not much chance this one has ever seen the rain. The
convertible top is easy to use, folding neatly behind the seats and stowing
under a hard boot that creates a seamless appearance. And I don't care who
you are, when you see this car roaring down the street, you know you're in
the presence of something special.
Even more outrageous than the swoopy bodywork is the 8.3 liter V10 under
the hood, which cranks out 505 horsepower and 525 pounds of
torque, making the Viper the undisputed king of the hill in 2004. Modified
with only a K&N air filter, this V10 cranks to life easily and runs like it
should. Notoriously over-engineered, it's virtually impossible to hurt a
Viper engine, and guys have put insane levels of Boost through engines with stock bottom-ends
and report no difficulties, so you know they're built for combat. They're
also built for show, with red valve covers and brushed aluminum Viper
graphics, a gorgeous and exotic-looking intake manifold, and a massive air
The only transmission you could get in the Viper is a 6-speed manual, and
in first or second gear, the big V10 makes so much torque that even half
throttle will turn the big 19-inch tires to smoke. In back, a limited slip
differential tries to plant the power, but with this much torque on tap,
it's a losing battle. The suspension is, of course, fully independent at
all four corners, with sophisticated double wishbones that help the Viper
generate some truly astounding skidpad numbers. Brakes are massive discs
all around, and the second generation Vipers now sport full ABS that makes
the most of the car's impressive grip. Helping to create those insanely
high limits are beautiful chrome forged alloy wheels, 18s up front and 19s
in back wearing Michelin Pilot radials.
The big difference in the Mamba edition, aside from the dazzling white
paint, is the two-tone black and red interior. The seats are a combination
of leather and suede, surely designed to keep you in place during the most
spirited driving, and are probably even suitable for track duty. The
steering wheel is wrapped in black and red leather, and features a racy
airbag cover with the Viper logo in red. You'll also find the Mamba serial
number plaque and an emergency brake handle wrapped in more red leather.
White-faced gauges keep an eye on the engine, and the 220 MPH shown on the
speedometer is perhaps optimistic, but surely not by much. Overhead, the
black convertible top fits snugly and seals up tightly, but there's really
nothing like the open-air experience in a Viper.
The Mamba Edition Viper is unique primarily in its paint and interior, but
do you really need to improve a car with 505 horsepower? If you haven't
driven a Viper, prepare for a mind-altering experience, because this car
accelerates like those experimental rocket sleds they used to strap Air
Force pilots to in the '40s. Yet despite its brute power, the car is easy
to drive, comfortable, and relatively docile if you can manage to keep your
foot out of it. The distinctive Mamba Edition includes all that is great
about the Viper, and takes it to the next level with its cool color
combination and limited production status. Nobody can say what cars will be
collectable in the future, but safe bets are limited production models like
this one. Call today!