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That Time Hennessey Attempted 230 mph in a Viper – Part 2


When we last left you, the Hennessey Performance twin-turbo Viper was having technical difficulties in achieving 230 miles per hour down the Maxton Mile. First it was the transmission causing problems, then it was the engine computer. With those hurdles cleared, it’s time for the sprint, and the HP gang is not messing around.

  Comments | By - March 17, 2014

That Time Hennessey Attempted 230 mph in a Viper – Part 1


Hennessey Performance recently grabbed a lot of headlines for hitting 270.49 miles per hour with its 1,244-bhp Venom GT.

But reaching such insane speeds hasn’t always been so easy for the Sealy, TX tuner. Back in 2008, it juiced up a Dodge Viper Competition Coupe with twin turbos and a slew of other hi-po goodies in an attempt to go 230 mph over the course of the Maxton Mile.

  Comments | By - March 13, 2014

Truckin Fast Wednesdays: Check Out This Wicked Twin Turbo Dodge Dakota R/T


This week’s Truckin Fast Wednesday feature takes a look at one wicked fast twin turbocharged Dodge Dakota R/T.  We don’t know all that much about this truck shy of the fact that it is powered by a “built” 5.9L Magnum V8 with a twin turbocharger setup that the person who posted the video claims allowed […] More »

  Comments | By - February 5, 2014

1400 WHP Twin Turbo Viper Sports A Widebody Kit And A Chopped Top


This one-off monster not only sports a Street Serpent widebody kit and a top that’s been chopped 2-inches, but it’s got a laundry list of top-shelf parts. Under the hood you’ll find a 488 cubic inch motor force-fed 19 psi of boost from a pair of billet 76mm turbos. Fueling duties are handled by a […] More »

  Comments | By - October 11, 2013

Future Maserati Models Could use Dodge’s Pentastar

Photo courtesy of The Car Spy by Patrick Rall The Maserati GranTurismo and Quattroporte are currently powered by Ferrari V8s but if rumors prove to be true – the next generation of these models could feature the same Pentastar 3.6L V6 used in almost every current Dodge brand product.  The key difference is that when […] More »

  Comments | By - June 24, 2011