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    • 900+ hp head/cam Gen V Viper V10 with sequential transmission swap on E85

      This Viper was built by Nth Moto and it is similar to a Viper detailed last month. That Viper made 745 horsepower to the wheels with the Nth Moto heads, cam, and E85 tuning on a Motec M1.


      Well, they decided to have the Motec control a sequential gearbox. This is a PPG gearset inside the Dodge 6060 transmission case.

      How does it work? Well, you get clutchless upshifts and downshifs:

      Quote Originally Posted by Nth Moto
      The downshift rev-matching is automated and controlled through our custom Nth Moto MoTeC M1 ECU firmware. Driver just pushes the shift lever for each downshift.
      Not a cheap swap but for a track junky a sequential transmission might be worth looking into. This is the type of thing that separates Nth Moto from the rest.

      Nth Moto full engine build with ported heads and R grind cam.
      Nth Moto fabricated stainless steel headers and exhaust
      Nth Moto MoTeC M1 ECU system with flex fuel
      Nth Moto billet triple carbon clutch


      This article was originally published in forum thread: 900+ hp head/cam Gen V Viper V10 with sequential transmission swap on E85 started by Sticky View original post
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