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2006 Dodge Viper SRT-10 numbers from MT

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The Nov. MT has the Viper SRT-10 in it (full test). I didn't read much of it as I don't really have time right now, but here's the performance numbers: 0-60: 4.2s 1/4 Mile: 12.2s @ 118.0 mph 600-foot slalom: 69.5 mph (avg) Lateral acceleration: .94g MT figure 8: 24.6s @ .79g (avg) I can't find the numbers for the Z06 test from MT, but I believe it was 0-60 in 3.5s and 1/4 mile in 11.7 @ 125 mph. If anyone could find the other stuff (I can't find my issue) it'd be appreciated.

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And now to contridict that, here are number from both vehicles from the October R&T:

"In terms of raw acceleration, the Z06 is world-class quick, though not quite a match for its cross-town Mopar rival, the Dodge Viper SRT-10. Our vBox test gear clocked a 4.2 second 0-60 run, nearly reaching this speed in 1st gear, where the Dodge sprints there in 4.0; likewise, the Z06 dispatches the quarter-mile in 12.3 sec. at 116.6 mph, while its V-10-powered adversary cranks out a 12.1 at 119.3.
The Viper feels quicker too in a roll-on situation, its extra 1.3 liters of displacement practically punting you forward, versus the still-forcefull but more linear surge of the Z06."

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This is not very impresive at all now that we have a 505HP Z06.

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The Z06 got: 0-60 3.5 sec 1/4 Mile 11.5s @ 127.1 mph Lateral Acceleration 1.05 G

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The Z06 got:

0-60 3.5 sec
1/4 Mile 11.5s @ 127.1 mph
Lateral Acceleration 1.05 G

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Was it tested on the same day, under the same conditions?

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Was it tested on the same day, under the same conditions?

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NO.......but the ones in R&T were! Edited by BrewSwillis

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