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Very tough.

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Love the car, looks awesome

The wing has to go though
 

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Thanks guys

Trying to get the details and specs organized. I believe the engine is 700rwhp and 750rwftlbs @ 9psi.

The SVS designed intake gives us the ability to run upwards of 20+ lbs of boost and rev the engine to 8000rpm. The engine is BUILT. The owner wants the car for everyday road and track driving. When he is ready to PLAY we will change the map, increase the boost and let him loose.

The rear wing is a old design that was originally built by Reynard for the GTSR at LeMans. They outlawed the dual stage rear wing and went to the single stage larger surface area rear wing. Exellent downforce created by the combination of the front splitter design and the rear dual stage wing. When your on the track or road driving you can feel how much the Viper is on RAILS around the corners.

As far as looks.....I can appreciate someone not liking the wing, maybe I can learn something to improve looks on further wing development. Help me out?

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Thanks guys happy you like the Mad Max look, color and aero. :cheers:

Yes this is Jim Hindmarches Viper.

The headers are hand built by SVS and the heat sleeves are a design we have used for years. Under street and racing conditions they have proven significant gains in the dissapation of heat. They have also proven a long life span.

Our next stop is definitely the quarter mile......will it be Norwalk?.....not sure yet.......I know I need some seat time to handle the level of power that we plan to push :thumb:

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Gee Ron, hand built headers!! I have this vision of Ron Sr. on a little stool, glasses on the tip of his nose with a little hammer, can of Bud Light, pounding into the night. Tell the old reprobate he does really nice work, ha. Cool pictures and keep dad working, as your cars always turn out nice.
 
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