Does anyone know if I can fit a v10 on my 300c? I just buy one complete with transmission, wire harness and ecu :33:
And to think Hennessy got over a 1000 horsepower out of a V10 with force induction of course. I don't think our motor will produce that kind of power
Yep. They designed the new engine around the piston/rod combo. It's an efficiency thing, and it works great.You sure they have the same rods?
There may be one or 2 in the not so distant future pushing that number. Stay tuned.And to think Hennessy got over a 1000 horsepower out of a V10 with force induction of course. I don't think our motor will produce that kind of power
Most definitely. There is 1 SRT8 pushing 750rwhp (blown/Nitrous), a 300c (5.7) with a 426 RDP Blown/PPP setup over 700rwhp (more to come) and a GCSRT8 pushing 800rwhp. The motors can definitely get there thats for sure. Hopefully there will be a 1000+ hp LX soon to hit the streets as well .Well, considering someone very well known in the LX community has already produced ~750 rear wheel torque with nitrous on a completely stock mill 6.1, I'm pretty damn sure a built 6.1+ with forced induction can safely run 1000HP.
Hell, 5.7 LSx blocks scoff at that.
We just need some proven tuning is all. The physical parts are a non-issue.
(Hey Wildmark, was that snotty enough for you?)
A certain someone has already looked into doing it and it appears it can be done. There is a lot of fab work that needs to be done, however it can be done.from my understanding you cannot do a Viper V10 engine swap in your 300. I have seen this question asked before on another forum. You would have to push back the entire front dash a number of inches just in order to get enough room to drop the engine in. Every parts on the dash interior would have to be re done or custom fabricated