The verdict is in: The Vivid Racing SRT Viper does not bite. The quirky aftermarket tuning minds at Vivid got their gloves on the SRT Viper and did what tuners do—they dialed things up a few decimals. Check out exactly what they did to the Viper SRT.
The Vivid Racing version of the Dodge Viper SRT made its way to the well-attended SEMA show in Las Vegas this year. Does the model have what it takes to show up other aftermarket high-performance tuners?
The Vivid Racing SRT Viper at a glance:
- The team at Vivid Racing took the 2013 SRT Viper and coated it with generous portions of carbon fiber. They sourced the sections of carbon fiber from Siebon. The largest section is that hood, which Siebon crafted from a single sheet of the precious material. That is right up there with brands like Bentley and Rolls Royce using a single section of walnut for the interior in order to ensure a flawless finish.
- Seibon’s provides custom carbon fiber weave designs, which makes things even more easy to love. Other carbon components used include the side skirts, diffuser, front lip and that rear wing.
- There is no word on anything other than the aesthetics of the car. That would indicate that it packs the standard aluminum 8.4-liter V10 engine kicking out 640 horses and 600 pound-feet of torque. With the heavy use of all of that light carbon fiber, there must be at least a small power surge, however.
- Pirelli tires, Agency power intakes and exhaust.