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Discussion in '2006 Hennessey Viper Venom 800R' started by galblack, Oct 30, 2006.
And what an engine it is. 10 liters of pure american muscle.
meh.. 9.6 liters.
Viper engines have already been NA tuned over 1000 HP, i recall that guy on HotRod TV trying to beat an NA 1/4 mile record with is Viper that had over 1000 HP to the wheels.
This should be stock, except the body kit and reduce displacement to 488 so it could race at LeMans. That would remove the Viper's disadvantage to Enzo's and Zonda's, its acceleration. I also like the fact that it is natural aspirated, so you won't deal with turbo lag. But to be honest, I'd prefer if the Viper lost weight instead of gaining power. The convert is lightest at 3356lbs and has amazing performance, so just imagine if it was 10% lighter.
no replacement for displacement. This thing proves it.
Actually, it proves shit all.
NA 800hp street cars that can top 370 kph must be pretty common where you live.
If FI doesn't offset lower displacement, then there should be no need to ignore FI engines.
I want the engine (preferably in 1000R trim) and the body kit, because I am a fool like that.
F1 engines don't run on pump gas and they don't last very long. So yes there is a reason to ignore them, this is a street car.
Yup......, my point exactly, bro.<A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>