Has anyone written a true road test (not drag strip) review of the Demon? My amateur internet searching has yielded no results.
Got around to powdercoating my expensive (but cheaply bought off craigslist) Forgeline wheels after someone graciously ruined them by painting them a FNF scheme.
So part of this job I’ve been working for more than a month now requires me to go on dealership lots and locate cars that need photos for advertising. Sometimes, I get to drive some very interesting things.
Jeff Gale was looking for a car. In doing so he happened on a machine that couldn’t keep a secret.
I just learned my dealer wants $150,000 for the Demon we have on order.
Finally got the car out to an event to do a shakedown before I start bringing it to track events. Wanted to make sure overheating was not going to be an issue and it was the perfect day for a torture test. Ambient temps were 110* in the high desert and with not turning the car off between 5-6 runs each time and…
Finally got my wheels back from powdercoating!
There are many cases of automotive “who the hell designed this shit” scenarios. From Audi’s that require you to drop the engine to do almost any maintenance, and other modern cars that give no thought or concern to future maintenance.
The Viper is one of these “good luck with that buddy” scenarios when it comes to…
A road trip in a T/A, digging deeper with the Demon in NYC, and an interview with Tim Kuniskis.
Just picked up a set of expensive ass wheels (Forgeline VR1) for my car that someone went through quite a bit of trouble to make ugly as hell!
The wheels were originally polished aluminum
In this video I show how I changed the differential in my Viper to a Mopar Performance 3.73.
Install is pretty straight forward and would be much easier with a lift and power tools but this video shows that it can be done in your own garage.
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Took a bunch of screenshots of the performance pages on the new video. The number 757 is a reoccuring number that has shown up in several of dodge’s videos now.
Let me know if you guys see anything that may lead to more clues other than the obvious here!
One thing still interesting is on the “power” settings they still…
The clock might hint at output. Maybe. New Demon teaser has a bunch of other info, including LINE LOCK:
“Form follows function – that has been misunderstood. Form and function should be one, joined in a spiritual union.” – Frank Lloyd Wright
Part 2 of my video series of weekly upgrades to my Viper ACR.
In this video I show how much of a pain in the ass it is to change the control arm bushings for a Viper ACR. I installed brand new Energy Suspension bushings on the control arms.
Part 1 shows the front control arm bushing install.
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In his video I show how to install Energy Suspension polyurethane control arm bushings on the front suspension of a Dodge Viper ACR.
Part 2 will be posted soon and will show the install for the rear control arm installation.
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What’s everyone’s guess on the name tag on the tool box included with the Dodge Demon? As Dodge has stated they will leave “easter egg” clues throughout their videos, many are guessing at some of the numbers from the last video.
The 0757 number has people guessing if this will perhaps be the updated HP rating for the…
Okay, so maybe it IS just RWD, and comes with two sets of drag radials... judging by the video posted today it’ll come with a crate full of skinny front tires, a jack, and some tools to quickly swap the front wheels and tires at the track for something a little more appropriate.
shame these are all left hand drive. 8(