Mopar is introducing a group of high-performance parts for the 2013 SRT Viper, which begins production next month. Braces, coil-overs, exhaust systems and more will be available when the first car rolls off the line.
A performance cross car engine X-brace will cost $3,175. It consists of a single piece of carbon fiber with more than 30 layers. Attachment bushings are made from aerospace-grade stainless steel. Mopar says it saves a significant amount of weight over the standard production aluminum brace.
Stage 3 coil-overs have lightweight aluminum construction, with adjustable settings for rebound and ride height. Mopar says it bridges the gap between street systems and full race setups. The coil-overs cost $5,995.
Mopar is also offering a low-pressure exhaust system tuned for Mopar headers. The company says the system lowers backpressure equal to a straight pipe. It features a perforated, four-tube design that decreases weight and enhances exhaust noise.
Other add-ons include carbon fiber and stainless steel engine covers ($880); bulkhead satchel, including a camera mount (TBD); wireless charging pad ($275); pedal kit ($255); billet shift knob ($163); door sill guards ($205); six-point safety harness (TBD); Katzkin leather interior (TBD); brake rotors ($1,445 front, $1,445 rear); headers ($3,495) and vehicle covers ($352).
All parts will be available at www.mopar.com when the new SRT Viper hits dealerships beginning in January.
Stage 3 adjustable coil-overs from Mopar.