Dodge Viper SRT/GT/GTS acceleration stats! (+25% effort from 0 to 100 km/h / 62 mph)

0-60 MPH: 2.9 seconds**0-100 km/h: 3.0 seconds**

0-100 MPH: 6.0 seconds**0-200 km/h: 9.4 seconds**

0-150 MPH: 13.7 seconds**0-300 km/h: 22.5 seconds**

0-200 MPH: 30.1 seconds**Lateral Acceleration: 1.07 G**

Quarter (1/4) Mile: 10.5 seconds at 133 mph

Half (1/2) Mile: 16.4 seconds at 157 mph

Whole (1/1) Kilometer: 18.8 seconds at 175 mph

Whole (1/1) Mile: 26.5 seconds at 193 mph

Today is my last day estimating cars' performance.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1mc-JJgfFrlYYFGuv3ohleC_rh7k8G3yp73DMb6UpCD8/edit?usp=sharing

0-200 km/h estimated in the form of (200/(100x1.609344))^1x6.0 and (200/(150*1.609344))^1x13.7

0-300 km/h estimated in the form of (300/(150x1.609344))^1x13.7 and (300/(200*1.609344))^1x30.1

Half mile time estimated in the form of 1320x1.6 = 2112 ft / 133 mph = 15.8 + .6 = 16.4, because 1320 / 133 = 9.9, +.6 = 10.5. 10.5/16.4 = more potential, and 10.4/16.5 = less potential.

Half mile trap speed estimated in the form of (16.4/13.7)^1x150 and (16.4/22.5)^1x(300/1.609344)

Kilometer time estimated in the form of 3.0+9.4+22.5/(3.0+9.4+22.5)x10; mile time pretty much the same way, but instead of 10, I multiplied by 22.

Kilometer trap speed estimated in the form of (18.8/13.7)^0.5x150 and (18.8/22.5)^0.5x(300/1.609344)

Mile trap speed estimated in the form of (26.5/22.5)^0.2x(300/1.609344) and (26.5/30.1)^0.2x200