Tag Archives: SRT

Changing of the Guard


 

You’ve got to give credit where credit is due.  The previous generation Dodge Challenger SRT8 with the 6.1-liter HEMI was, is, and always will be a tremendous car.  I have logged tens of thousands of miles behind the wheel of this great machine.  In fact, back in 2008, I piloted #552 of 6,400 down the East Coast for a month.  I had the absolute time of my life.  You can read my synopsis of that trip right here…



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Changing of the Guard

Talk To the SRT Engineers Today from 6 to 8 pm Eastern

Got a burning question you’ve been dying to ask the great minds behind the Street and Racing Technology (SRT) team? (Beyond “Can you give me a 2010 Viper for Christmas?”) Well, today is your lucky day! The SRT Engineers are sitting down at LXForums this evening (Wednesday, December 2, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm Eastern) to answer any SRT-related inquiries from you.

The thread has already been opened for your questions here.

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Talk To the SRT Engineers Today from 6 to 8 pm Eastern

A Look Ahead for Viper

“We’re going to really listen to our owners and see what we can do to make the last 500 cars as special as possible, as collectible as possible,” Dodge President and CEO Ralph Gilles said after the 2010 Viper ACR broke the lap speed record at Laguna Seca. Not only will that include a special limited edition Laguna Seca “1:33″ edition in the red-on-black reversed color scheme, but also a black-on-black Voodoo special edition (modeled on Ralph Gilles’s personal Viper and based on, he…

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A Look Ahead for Viper