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hehe...I remember saying something about the SL65amg in another tread and said it would be a killer car. [email protected] yea...wish my viper was that fast. Wish I had the

Engine AMG-built twin-turbocharged 6.0L SOHC 36-valve V-12 engine
Net Power 604 hp @ 5500 rpm
Net Torque 738 lb-ft @ 2,000 - 4,000 rpm
 

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The SL65 is about $179K and re-selling for more than that.
I ran one in the 1/8 last Friday. He only had 200 miles on it. He ran 8.2 to my 7.0. He was new to drags, didn't drop his tire pressure or really know what to do. I expected more out of it, and obviously there is in the hands of Treynor.
 

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I wonder how fast a 3300-3400 pound Viper would be with this motor? Keep in mind this Benz weighs 4500 pounds! Of course, what is the weight difference between the V10 vs. the V12 TT with all the plumbing/turbos/intercoolers?

I pumped the numbers threw a few 1/4 calculators, and it came up with a ballpark 10.65 at 138 MPH, assuming a 3400 pound Viper. That sound believable since were talking minus 1100 pounds. 1/10th and 1 MPH for every hundred pounds, give or take.

I wonder how this V12 TT would hold up to road course duty?

I wonder how much more this V12TT cost vs. the V10?

"They call me the Wonderer"......
 

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onerareviper said:
I wonder how fast a 3300-3400 pound Viper would be with this motor? Keep in mind this Benz weighs 4500 pounds! Of course, what is the weight difference between the V10 vs. the V12 TT with all the plumbing/turbos/intercoolers?

I pumped the numbers threw a few 1/4 calculators, and it came up with a ballpark 10.65 at 138 MPH, assuming a 3400 pound Viper. That sound believable since were talking minus 1100 pounds. 1/10th and 1 MPH for every hundred pounds, give or take.

I wonder how this V12 TT would hold up to road course duty?

I wonder how much more this V12TT cost vs. the V10?

"They call me the Wonderer"......
In a crate, I would bet you that motor alone would cost you upwards of $60,000 dollars.
 
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