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Callaway Viper Info:

Post by Callaway Chris » Thu Aug 13, 2009 10:33 am

I thought this would be of interest:
Here are the details about the SuperNatural® package from Callaway’s promotional materials:

Callaway Viper 440 Six-Pack
0-60 in 4.1 seconds
Quarter Mile in 12.5 seconds @ 115 mph

Callaway Cars is pleased to introduce the first SuperNatural® package for the Dodge Viper, the Callaway Viper 440 Six-Pack.

Applying the principals of “tuned natural aspiration” developed successfully on the Callaway SuperNatural® Corvette ZR1 and LT1-based 400/383, the Callaway Viper 440 Six-Pack enhances the 400 Viper engine’s breathing with improvements to both the intake and exhaust systems. It gives a noticeable improvement in the Viper’s already exciting performance, better throttle response and a more pleasing exhaust note.

The Callaway Viper 440 Six-Pack consists of three elements, each duplicated for each bank of the RT/10 engine:

· High capacity air intake with low restriction air cleaners and laminar flow ducts;
· Port-matched throttle bodies; and
· T304 stainless steel cat-back exhausts with proprietary mufflers.

Installation takes three days at Callaway’s shop in Old Lyme, Connecticut. Each Callaway Viper 440 Six-Pack is test driven to ensure its performance and reliability. Replacement parts, including air filter elements, are readily available from Callaway. The Callaway Viper 440 Six-Pack does not affect the factory warranty from Dodge.

The factory “look” of the Viper is not affected. The cat-back exhaust fits under the stock Viper side pipe covers. Under the Viper hood the only visible change is a pair of mirror-polished 6061-T6 aluminum alloy high-capacity ducts that replace the convoluted stock air ducts between the filter enclosure and the throttle body. Available at the owner’s option is “Callaway 440” identification for the front fender just under the “RT/10” Viper logo.
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Post by Brangeta » Fri Aug 14, 2009 4:17 am

Holy crap! 40 horsepower from a cat-back, air intake, and throttle body! I'm impressed! Never knew the throttle body did much if anything to performance. :help
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Re: Callaway Viper Info:

Post by Jeroenvgfn » Fri Aug 14, 2009 4:45 am

;bow ;bow ;bow

thanks Chris, This is what I have been looking for :thumbs
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Post by BIGJOHN » Fri Aug 14, 2009 11:36 am

Brangeta wrote:Holy crap! 40 horsepower from a cat-back, air intake, and throttle body! I'm impressed! Never knew the throttle body did much if anything to performance. :help
BRANDON,
THE THROTTLE BODYS ON THE EARLY VIPERS; AFTER THE THROTTLE PLATE, THE DIA. GOT SMALLER.
THIS IS HOW THE PORT MATCHED TROTTLE BODYS IMPROVED AIR FLOW.
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Post by Brangeta » Fri Aug 14, 2009 11:44 am

Oh! Well that makes sense then! :thumb1
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