Settle The Score

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Asked by Sep 22, 2010 at 11:35 AM about the Dodge Viper

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I am in the middle of settling something with my dad. I am looking for confirmation that a production model of the Dodge Viper SRT8 at one time actually existed. So far all i can find are crappy videos that don't prove anything. Can anyone help me? Weather I'm right or wrong I don't care, i just want to find out for sure.

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the only engine i ever knew of that was put into a viper was a V10 which is why its called the SRT10 viper, i have never seen or heard of a SRT8 viper or a viper with only an 8 cylinder engine in it, although its possible for some one to blow up the V10 be too cheap to put a new one in, and put a V8 into it and rebadge it with SRT8 badges, but no i do not believe there was ever a SRT8 viper

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