2014 SRT Viper GT3-R.
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The SRT® Viper GT3-R is the direct descendent of the high performance GTS-R GTE class racer campaigned by SRT Motorsports in the 2013 24 Hours of Le Mans and the American Le Mans Series.
Virtually all of the technology developed by the Chrysler Group for the factory GTS-Rs for engine, chassis, suspension, electronics and aerodynamics is infused into every Viper GT3-R. All of it. It’s your chance to get the knowledge of a factory race program in a 200 mph striped package. The SRT Viper GT3-R builds upon the success of the GTS-R. The chassis has been equipped with a highly efficient aerodynamic package to optimize handling. Further racing enhancements include an Xtrac six-speed sequential transmission with paddle shifters, six-piston front brake calipers with four-piston rears, lightweight wheels and a multi-disc race clutch to help extract maximum performance from the V-10 engine.
The Viper GT3-R is a collaborative race car created by SRT Motorsports and Riley Technologies in Mooresville, North Carolina. Riley Technologies specializes in the design, manufacture and support of winning race cars. Riley has built technologically advanced and dominant race cars from Daytona prototype endurance cars to GT competition cars. Their resume includes multiple U.S. endurance championships, race wins – including overall winner of the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona the past nine years – and multiple GT championships.
Orders for the Viper GT3-R are now being taken for late 2013 delivery. Contact SRT Motorsports for more information and services, including trackside support.
• Vehicle Type: Single-seat Grand Touring race car
• Major Optional Equipment: Data system upgrades, race series-specific packages, spare parts package, paint, ABS, night race kit, cockpit air conditioning
• Competition Eligibility: FIA GT3, United SportsCar Racing GT Daytona, Pirelli World Challenge GT, NARRA, SCCA/NASA
• Availability: 4th Quarter 2013
• Pricing (USD, est.): $459,000
• Transmission: Xtrac 6-speed paddle shift
• Clutch: Multi-disc race clutch
• Differential: Mechanical ramp/plate-style
• Type: 90-degree V-10 OHV; liquid cooled; odd firing
• Engine Management: Coil near plug, sequential multi-point port injection, dual electronic throttle control
• Displacement: 8383 cc/512 CID
• Valve Gear: 2 pushrod-actuated overhead valves per cylinder with roller-type hydraulic lifters
• Horsepower: 680 bhp/507 kW @ 6200 rpm (est, unrestricted)
• Torque: 640 lb.-ft./868 N•m @ 5100 rpm (est, unrestricted)
• Features: Forged pistons with full-floating pins, sodium-filled exhaust valves, hollow intake valves, exhaust-only variable valve timing
• Seat: FIA homologated racing seat
• Restraints: 6-point safety harness
• Driver cooling: Dependent on optional equipment selected, Optional drink system
• Body panels: Carbon Fiber/Kevlar/Fiberglass
• Aerodynamic Package : GTS-R-based body design, front dive planes, front splitter, fender louvers, adjustable rear wing, flat bottom, rear diffuser
• Steering: Hydraulic rack and pinion
• Suspension: Independent double wishbone front and rear, conventionally-mounted coil-over springs, crew-adjustable front and rear anti-roll bars, 4-way adjustable dampers
• Brakes: 380 mm front rotors with 6-piston calipers, 330 mm rear rotors with 4-piston calipers, Floating master cylinders with driver-adjustable brake bias
• Wheel Type: Forged monoblock wheels standard
• Tire Size (F/R): 30/68-18 front / 31/71-18 rear
• Features: FIA homologated roll cage, pneumatic jack system, on-board fire suppression system
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