The 3,306-rear whp "warrior" became the roll-race champion at the 2021 FL2K. Now, it became the fastest Dodge Viper at the 1/4-mile, running 6.908 seconds at 210.28 mph
"Kratos" is the fastest rear-wheel-drive drag car that's also street-legal
The highly-modified Dodge Viper ACR consistently ran 9-second 1/4-mile runs during qualifications, with a trap speed of over 220 mph, without even trying
The car almost met an unfortunate end at the 2022 TX2K
During the semi-finals, water was pushed under the massive rear tires, causing the car to lose traction at over 226 mph. "Kratos" scraped the wall, but serious damage and injuries were avoided
"Kratos" still features all ammenities from the stock Viper
It may be a 3,300+ horsepower, 6-second drag car, but surprisingly, it still has a full interior and A/C. The only differences are the race seats and roll-cage, which is a must. Early Vipers didn't even have windows
"Kratos" still has OEM block and heads
Despite that, the now twin-turbo, V-10 puts out 3,306 hp to the rear wheels. Displacement has been increased from 8.4 to 8.85 liters (540 cu-in). A lot of custom fabrication was also done, to ensure "Kratos" stays reliable
There's still room for improvement
The specialists from Nth Moto say they haven't found the platform's limits yet, which means that, in theory, "Kratos" can become a lot quicker, maybe even a 5-second car?
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What's even crazier about the "Kratos" is that it manages to lay down all these insane numbers while still having the ACR's aggressive body kit, including the big rear spoiler. What's even cooler is that "Kratos" is street-legal