2013 SRT Viper by Mopar at SEMA review and pictures

Posted on Friday, 2 November 2012 , 09:11:47 byEmil

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SRT Viper by Mopar at SEMA

The brand new 2013 SRT Viper received different accessories and parts from Mopar. According to the carmaker, the new model will be built starting December. According to the specialists the new Viper will receive more than 50 Mopar parts and accessories so everyone can choose what ever they want for their car.To be more precise we will try to highlight some of the elements that will make the vehicle more agile.

For starters, the tuner provides performance Cross Car X-Brace which has more than 30 layers of carbon fiber that manages driving loads. It features aerospace-grade stainless steel attachment bushings. The price for the front carbon fiber cross-car brace was established at $3.175. The 2013 SRT Viper also receives carbon fiber coil covers which have a starting price established at $880. For the ones that love technology, Mopar has provided industry-first wireless charging pad that powers multiple devices which has a starting price of $275.

Next on the list we have a performance Cat-black exhaust system that includes two mufflers, mandrel-bent tubing, right and left turn-out assemblies, but also four 2.5-inch clamps, all these priced at $668. The tuner also provides a pedal kit that features unique race-inspired contoured design and Stryker-engraved footrest pedal. The accelerator, brake and clutch have the Viper logo. The price for the pedal kit was established at $255. The list of elements continues with billet shift knob priced at $163, black leather shift knob priced at $158 and door sill guards that have a starting price established at $205. In terms of safety the tuner equips the SRT Viper with six-point safety harness. For the interior, Mopar prepared Katzkin leather interiors which include a range of seating accessories. There is also a suspension kit available for $5.995, brake rotors that cost $1.445, both the front and rear. The list continues with a lot more.