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Dodge Viper SRT-10

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1600 kg (3527 lbs)
Power / weight 316 ps (312 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 444 Nm (328 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2005
Origin country United States
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Performance

Dodge Viper SRT-10 acceleration graph
Top speed 306 kph (190 mph)
0 - 100 kph 4.0 s
0 - 200 kph 13.8 s
0 - 100 mph 8.5 s
Est. 1/8 mile 8.0 s @ 96.3 mph
1/4 mile 11.8 s
Est. 1/2 mile 19.2 s @ 139.2 mph
Est. 1 mile 31.3 s @ 160.3 mph
60 mph - 0 30 m (97 ft)
Lateral acceleration 1.05 g (10 m/s²)

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aaaa  3 years ago  

btw, can one of the moderators add one of the side photos for this car, that way we don't have to see a black hole every time we click it, it would be much appreciated, thanks


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Karthick01  3 years ago  

1/4 mile : 11.77 Seconds @ 123.63 mph
Source : http://www.motortrend.com/womt/112_0306_spdtest/photo_02.html


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JayKarthi  4 years ago  

Dodge Viper SRT 10 Nordschleife 7.59.00 Tested By Motor Trend


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JayKarthi  4 years ago  

The Dodge Viper SRT 10 505 PS Came Out in 2002 Not 2005.Its Comparable To Gallardo,360 CS,996 Turbo S,C5 Z06
Source : Zeperfs


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Aliefianov  4 years ago  

Where the picture ?


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aaaa  5 years ago  

who deleted the photo that i added here?


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aaaa  5 years ago  

Ha Ha true and true I guess it's impossible to tell sometimes :P


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Jeff B  5 years ago  

@aaaa
Then again, it could be the US tests that are biased...we may never know :)
That said, many German tests are super biased towards their own cars


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aaaa  5 years ago  

This viper is living proof of how biased magazine tests can sometimes be, look how fast it's american tests are, but yet on german tracks it loses to cars that are clearly slower i.e. porsche 911 targas and mercedes sl's


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E  5 years ago  

There really should be a photo upload confirmation. Oh well.


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gallardo man  5 years ago  

I HATE THIS CAR! 2003 gallardo is faster. peroid.


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Mike B  6 years ago  

The '06 Coupe was never tested by any european magazine as far as I know...


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???  6 years ago  

why do all the lap times for this viper say 2005 when the coupe wasn\'t released until \'06


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BumRush  7 years ago  

Yo guys havent seen Mogobatamian roads!


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Anonymous  7 years ago  

The American coasts and the tourism hotspots have the nicer roads, out in the middle parts there are a few main highways, then it's a lot of rock roads and the older paved roads, which can sometimes be worse than a rock road when they don't get the potholes filled.


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the race  7 years ago  

probabily u havent seen and albanian roads too


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FastestLaps  7 years ago  

You guys haven't seen Latvian roads...


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Yaspaa  7 years ago  

It's not so much the conditions it's the size of the roads, long wide straights, most carpark spaces are angled for easy entrance and exit, thats my experience anyway. I've been to the states a few times on holiday and if I was living there I would probably get an American car.


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nitrostreet  7 years ago  

It's funny how a lot of people are under the impression that America has glass-smooth roads. I think one trip through the country would convince you otherwise. Sure we've got some good roads, but we've got many bad ones, too, a lot of the once-good roads are in disrepair, here in Kansas I can only think of one road that could be safely driven at over 100 mph for any distance at all.

(this link has nothing to do with the road condition, but it happenen on that one good Kansas road)
http://r-dub.us/various/ouch/index.html


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Yaspaa  7 years ago  

One example of Top Gear errors was on a repeat I watched today. Clarkson raced a pagani Zonda against a XJ220 jag over a mile or 1/4 mile or something. He said the Zonda has more power and is lighter so should win. When the Zonda gets it's arse kicked, Clarkson says it must be the immense torque the jag produces that enabled it to win. Thing is the Zonda has more torque as well. go figure.


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Yaspaa  7 years ago  

England for me.


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nitrostreet  7 years ago  

@race, it appears to me to be a mix of people from all areas of the world on here


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the race  7 years ago  

bumrush are u american? everybody here is american right?


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BumRush  7 years ago  

oMG!! Race, do you always believe everything Top Gear Says?? if so, i feel sorry for you, and ill end this convo right now...wow



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E  7 years ago  

Well, everything after my LeMans comment dealt with the SRT-10.


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the race  7 years ago  

the american cars are not for me in europe..sure they only can be used in american roads. and top gear is the best motoring show of the decade...and im not talking for the le mans version of thr viper but for this viper srt-10


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Yaspaa  7 years ago  

American cars work great on American roads, which Clarkson has said, he loved the Z06 over there, but they aren't suited to roads in the UK at least. They also don't have the interior quality. But they are still rear wheel drive with a big engine and thats always going to be fun.


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E  7 years ago  

Do you watch LeMans? The Viper has quite a few wins there.

Also, Top Gear is entertainment, not serious evaluation, at least that's how the TV show is. And the one part of the show that is good for evaluation, the lap times, placed the Viper in league with the F430, Z06, etc (when corrected for wet lap condition)

As far as handling, you're wrong again. The Viper is known to be a great track car, and I can give you many reviews showing this.


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the race  7 years ago  

do u ppl whatch top gear...they always say american cars sux...and this dodge viper has poor handling like every car produced in us