Dodge Viper GTS Dyno Results
Lightweight, yet durable and easy to cool, aluminum lies at the heart of Viper's remarkable V10 engine. The block is cast aluminum with cylinder liners of cast iron. Forged steel is used for connecting rods and crankshaft, and stainless steel for exhaust mani- folds. Magnesium is used for the rocker covers.
- K&N drop-in air filters
- Removed rain baffle from airbox
- Smooth tubes
- Edelbrock headers
- Borla cat back exhaust
- 1999 Fan Upgrade
I took my car to South Florida Performance for 3 dyno pulls. All runs were done in 4th gear. It was interesting to see that each successive run made about 4 more HP than the previous one. Maybe I should have done a couple more runs? The graphs below are from the last and best run, the first graph represents the STD results and the 2nd graph represents the corrected results.
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