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2015 Dodge SRT Viper GT2

Posted by WindingRoad about 1 year, 3 months ago

This 2015 Dodge SRT Viper was acquired by the seller from its original owner three years ago and subsequently built by McCann Racing in North Canton, Ohio for participation in the NASA Super Unlimited class. Work involved custom molding carbon fiber body panels, installing triple adjustable Penske dampers, Brembo brakes all around, Forgeline wheels, a Motec C125 data logger, OBR electronics, and more as detailed in the listing below. Power is from a GT3-spec 8.4-liter V10 with comp cams, Belanger headers, and dry-sump lubrication, while shifting is handled by an Emco sequential transmission. Receipts for the conversion reportedly exceed $300k and this Viper is now offered on a bill of sale in Madison, Wisconsin with various spare parts.

During the build, the factory body panels were removed and carbon fiber molds were constructed and fit to the space-frame chassis. The seller notes a non-structural crack in the driver-side quarter panel which has reportedly been repaired, as well as various areas of wear and tear consistent with track use. According to the seller, the car weighs approximately 2,870 pounds without a driver and replacement body panel molds are available in the event of an accident in the future.

Aerodynamics consist of a carbon fiber rear diffuser, front valance, and adjustable spoiler while braking is from six-piston Brembo Monoblock front calipers, and 4-piston out back. Suspension modifications include triple adjustable Penske dampers and the 18″ Forgeline wheels wear 320/650R Pirelli tires at each corner.

Safety equipment includes a roll cage, a one-piece Racetech seat with Sabelt harness, a quick release Momo steering wheel, and more. OBR electronics are installed and data logging is handled by a Motec C125 display mounted on the steering column. No odometer is present.

Underhood, a GT3-spec 8.4-liter V10 uses a Daily dry-sump oiling system and benefits from a Comp Cam and Belanger headers. Power is routed through an Emco sequential gearbox with paddles shifters and programmable points.

A fuel cell is fitted in the trunk area and feeds the engine through braided hoses. According to the seller, the car is sanctioned to participate in NASA and SCCA events and the sale includes two spare sets of wheels, a differential, clutch, and radiator.

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