1971 Plymouth Cuda with a Viper Chassis and V10 Engine – Video
After a few of dyno pulls, this beast right here puts down 547 RWHP and 623 lb-ft (844 Nm) at the wheels, wrapped in performance Michelin Pilot Sport radial rubber. This engine comes from a 1995 Dodge Viper, a motor that is kept in check by a Borg Warner 6-speed manual and a Dana 44 rear end with 3.55 gears.
The frame chassis, including the fully independent track-ready suspension system, is sourced from the donor Dodge Viper as well. RK informs that this insane machine is car number 3 of “Time Machine’s well-known Six Shooter rare Viper Cudas.” But wait, how can a 20-year-old engine produce so much grunt without any forced feeding? It’s simple – a Roe Racing supercharger is bolted on top of the humongous ten-cylinder motor for added potential.
Good thing the engineers behind this beast swapped the original super-skinny rear rubber with 335/30-section performance rubber.