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the gains you will see will primarily be in the low to mid range. There have been tests done on essentially stock Vipers that yielded over 100 rwtq and over 60 rwhp "under" the curve. As far as peak numbers I think that particular person made an additional 5 peak rwhp and around 30 peak rwtq.
 

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J DAWG said:
the gains you will see will primarily be in the low to mid range. There have been tests done on essentially stock Vipers that yielded over 100 rwtq and over 60 rwhp "under" the curve. As far as peak numbers I think that particular person made an additional 5 peak rwhp and around 30 peak rwtq.
Dude, 100+ RWTQ + 60 RWHP under the curve? Where did you read this? Seems high, but what do I know....
 

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onerareviper said:
J DAWG said:
the gains you will see will primarily be in the low to mid range. There have been tests done on essentially stock Vipers that yielded over 100 rwtq and over 60 rwhp "under" the curve. As far as peak numbers I think that particular person made an additional 5 peak rwhp and around 30 peak rwtq.
Dude, 100+ RWTQ + 60 RWHP under the curve? Where did you read this? Seems high, but what do I know....



>>>>read it yourself<<<<<



I was wrong, it was 115 rwtq.
 

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Like I said, "what do I know?"

Very impressive! I can't believe how poorly Dodge tuned this car from the factory if these types of gains are feasible. Especially tuning it RICHER, which is very safe. I would like to see what a really good head/cam/full exhaust Viper could gain with the VEC2.
 
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