For Export Used 2009 Dodge Viper
2009 Dodge Viper ACR finished in Viper Graphite Metallic with black center band and Red driver centerline stripe. With only 1317 miles on the odometer the new-car smell still lingering in the air this Viper is as new and equipped with Navigation!!! The new and improved 8.4 Liter V10 with 600hp and 560 FT LBS of Torq drives through a smaller dual plate clutch that reduces rotating inertia by 18 percent and the latest of the Tremec T6060 six-speed that includes triple-cone synchros on first and second and 10-percent-wider gears to manage the torque. The new GKN ViscoLok diff features its own sump to quicker generate the hydraulic pressure needed to actuate the limited-slip clutches faster yet more progressively and with greater precision. Most of the time effort and development dollars have been spent on stuff that makes the ACR go faster through the twisty bits-suspension brakes wheels and tires and aerodynamics especially the aerodynamics. Just chew on this for a moment: At 150 mph the regular Viper coupe generates 100 pounds of down force; at the same speed the Viper ACR generates 1000 pounds of down force. That giant carbon-fiber rear wing is the most obvious reason why. But there's also a new carbon-fiber front splitter that extends way back under the car and incorporates seven steps to diffuse the airflow. Suspension includes race-style KW shocks all around that can be adjusted for stiffness and ride height springs twice as stiff as those in a normal Viper and a beefier front stabilizer bar. Forged Sidewinder alloy wheels save 30 pounds of unsprung weight and new two-piece StopTech brake rotors save a further 30. Michelin Pilot Sport Cup tires-basically barely legal race rubber-are standard. The standard ACR is 40 pounds lighter than the regular Viper coupe.