After a long weekend of making sure every bolt was tight and every connection secure on our 2014 Gen V Viper, we headed to the dyno and strapped the car down to see what the twin turbo kit would yield on pump fuel. For comparison sake, a stock Gen V Viper will deliver between 520 and 550 to the rear wheels depending on the dyno manufacture.
Our calibrator wasted no time and started plugging away in the MoTeC. After some tweaking and part throttle drivablility adjustments it was time to make full pulls! On the low boost setting (aprox. 7.5psi) The ARD Viper put down an impressive 945whp (wheel horse power), a few adjustments were made and the next pull netted 954whp. Excited to crack the 1,000whp barrier our calibrator raised the boost to a healthy 8.5psi and made two more pulls, 1,045whp and 1,064whp. We had done it! But hey…1,100whp isn’t too far away…Right?
With the MoTec logs showing a very happy engine, boost was increased to what we feel is a safe limit on the stock motor: 10psi. We all took a step back and let the calibrator do his thing and he didn’t disappoint…1,103whp!