Thursday June 17, 2021

Dodge Viper SRT10 Albino Snake on 20 inch S5 alloy wheels

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Since its presentation in 1992, the Dodge Viper SRT has been one of the most impressive athletes ever. The whole thing started with a crazy 8 liter displacement and a comparatively low output of 300 kW / 408 PS and 664NM torque, so the second generation with an even more extreme 8,4 liter engine and an output of up to 447 kW (612 PS) and 760 Nm torque is a completely different caliber that even after 8 years hardly has to hide from the current 2012 649PS version. What, however, has to be revised after a good 8 years are the standard 6-twin-spoke alloy wheels that were strapped onto the Viper at the factory. The owner of this Viper Cabrio probably saw it similarly and gave his vehicle a 20-inch S5 Deep Concave road Wheels wheelset. If you take a closer look at the range of rims from Strasse Wheels, we will understand why! Strasse Wheels stands for quality and also has an appealing selection of different designs and of course something suitable for the Viper on the shelf. In order to show you the whole thing with pictures, we decided to introduce you to the vehicle. In addition to the optically very well-fitting aluminum rims, the SRT10 has received some other modifications that we are only aware of from the pictures, unfortunately we do not have technically reliable information. No matter, the main focus of the car is clearly on the already mentioned 20 inch wheelset, which is an absolute asset to the car compared to the standard rims and immediately gives the vehicle a more dynamic appearance. We took a closer look at the car and made a few comparisons with the production version and were able to determine one or the other change to the aluminum. What we get straight from street wheels have experienced and recognized for yourself, we provide you with a summary below as usual. Should you notice any further changes, we would be happy if you post them in the "comment box", we will then add them to the post as soon as possible.

Ps. If you have more tuned vehicles like this one Audi R8 V8 or even one RHD Toyota Supra with street Wheels Alu's would like to see clicks on the name of the tuner at the photo hint (under the picture)!

(Photos: Road Wheels)

These are the details of the Dodge Viper SRT10:

  • unknown lowering (sports springs, coil springs, sports suspension, coilover suspension, air ride air suspension - Info is pending)
  • Road Wheels wheelset in 20 inches of the type S5 Deep Concave (20 × 10,5 & 20 × 13,5 with 345/25/20 tires, black)
  • possibly a performance increase - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor or turbo conversion, NOS etc. - info is pending)
  • possibly a sports exhaust system (info is still pending)

Certainly, new information and certainly new pictures and videos will soon be online. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put it online and inform you about it.

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