Dodge has revealed the 2016 Viper ACR, the fastest street-legal Viper ever.
Engineered to go fast around race tracks, the ACR comes with upgraded aerodynamics, tires, suspension and brakes to deliver faster laps. The heart of the beast is still the 8.4-liter V-10 engine that sends 645 hp and 600 lb-ft of torque straight to the rear wheels.
2016 Dodge Viper ACRWhen equipped with the optional Extreme Aero package, the new ACR has the most downforce of any production car available, pushing itself into the ground with nearly one ton of force while at its top speed of 177 mph. Ordering the special body package equips the car with an adjustable 73-inch wide rear wing, a rear carbon fiber diffuser, an SRT hood with removable louvers, detachable front splitter extensions and four dive planes.
Stopping power comes courtesy of Brembo carbon ceramic brakes which use massive 15.4-inch two-piece front rotors with six-piston calipers and
Without a doubt, every owner dreads the moment when their car won’t start. What should you do? Who should you call? Can you fix it yourself? Here’s a list with ten common reasons why cars don’t start up and what you can do about it.
'The first step is to define the no start' said Joe Spadafora, certified instructor at Universal Technical Institute’s Exton, Pennsylvania campus. Spadafora spent the majority of his career in working in the service department of several dealerships and receiving factory training from GM. He’s certified as a Master Technician and certified by Chrysler as a Dodge Viper technician . He also holds certifications from Subaru, Suzuki, Toyota, Lexus and Scion as well, so if there’s something wrong with your car, chances are he’s seen it before.
To diagnose the reason your car isn’t starting, you need to pay attention to happening when you turn the key. 'Does the engine crank but not actually start or,
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