Viper Wheels Buy Dodge Viper Wheels
Appearing at auto shows as a concept vehicle, Dodges rear drive roadster hit dealer showrooms early in the summer of 91. Only 200 cars were available in that short season, and some sold at far above the 50000 price. Choices were few in this high performance rear drive two seat sports car, powered by an 8.0 liter V-10 engine America's biggest and most powerful production engine, delivering 400hp. Only a 6 speed manual gearbox could be installed, and it incorporated a forced first to 4th gear shift when starting off at light throttle. Exhaust pipes ran along the rocker panels, adding to the Viper Wheelss no holds barred appearance. Body panels were made of fiber-glass like composite materials, bonded and bolted to a tubular steel frame. Anti-lock braking and a driver side airbag were unavailable.
If you ask someone what is the first modification you do to your car, they will answer you Viper Wheels. That's right, Viper Wheels and rims are the first modification done to most cars. The reason being that they can make your vehicle look so much more different by just adding them. From chrome to black to silver, the possibilities and variations are ended less. Some people like big Viper Wheels and some people like
light weight Viper Wheels. It's up to you to decide. The larger the wheel the heavier its going to be. But don't just go by size. Some manufactures 17 inch will weight more than a competitors 18 inch. Some people like really huge Viper Wheels such as 22. Make sure you wheel wells support such large Viper Wheels. And don't forget about tires.