The Dodge Viper ACR wasn't built to put up numbers at the strip, but because of its torquey engine, long wheelbase, and low weight, it makes for one serious drag car right out of the box. Because that V-10 under the hood is so robust, tuners have had no trouble squeezing ridiculous numbers out of the Viper through twin-turbo kits. And this one is the most powerful of all.
This Viper ACR was built by Nth Moto of Shakopee, Minnesota for a customer to go drag racing. Nicknamed "Kratos," it was able to put down an incredible 3306 hp to a hub dyno thanks to the tuner's twin-turbo kit. Amazingly the block and head are totally OEM, with only the internals swapped out to ensure smooth operation.
Running on ethanol, the car was able to put up a fastest top speed of 208 mph in the Outlaw Class at this year's FL2K21 drag competition at Bradenton Motorsports Park in Florida, taking an easy overall win and setting a class record.
This isn't the first time we've seen Nth Moto blow minds with high-horsepower Vipers. They're the same firm that built this insane-sounding 3100-hp gen-two Viper and this gen-four Viper capable of doing a burnout through five gears.
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