I'd take your '04 Viper over a bike any day - that car doesn't mess around. **Edit** Instead of a bike, you should get the Hennessey Venom 1000TT package for your viper. Â You'd be upgrading to 1,092 horsepower, 0-60 times of 2.3 seconds, 250+ mph top end, 1/4 mile time of 9.5 seconds, and all the dropped jaws that come along with that. Or, you could settle
for the 800TT package; 800hp, 2.7 sec 0-60, 235mph top end. Â Not bad either.
Yes. Â I'm looking that direction. Â The stock Viper is insanely fast, but you can never have too much horsepower. Â After my 36,000 mile bumper to bumper warranty expires, I'm going to take the car in for "some" modifications. Â I'm not going to go the turbocharger or supercharger route, as I am interested more in track/road race performance rather than drag strip performance, and I'm worried a bit about heat build up after an hour on the track. Â Also, I want to keep my engine looking stock, so it will be easier to pass tech/safety inspection at the drag strip. Â Â Â Racing Solutions in Texas, West Coast Viper in California, and a couple other shops have some pretty good naturally aspirated "head and cam" packages that can bring the horsepower up to about 650 or more. Â Add a full 3-way adjustable coil-over Moton suspension, headers, high-flow cats, and a high performance cat-back exhaust, and I'll be in business. Â Dodge is hinting that they will be coming out with some very interesting performance aftermarket parts, including this ten-throttle body setup: Â That should help my numbers too (although it doesn't look very stock.) Here's a fun video clip of a supercharged viper racing some busas: Â http://www.gigatechsoftware.com/cars...race-small.wmv