By The Numbers
'70 Dodge Challenger
Matt Delaney * Shreveport, LA
Vehicle weight w/driver: 3,600 pounds

Type: Dodge V10 displacing 505 cubic inches (4.03 bore x 3.96 stroke)
Block: 2006 Gen-3 Viper spec race engine (proprietary)
Compression ratio: 10.6:1
Oiling: stock, 7-quart aluminum, swinging pick-up
Rotating assembly: stock Viper 3.96-inch stroke forged crank, forged rods, and pistons
Cylinder heads: stock Viper, 2.005 intake/1.585 exhaust valves, 1.7:1 rocker arms
Camshaft: factory hydraulic roller, .550-inch lift, 245-deg. duration at .050
Induction: Mopar SEFI, 34lb/hr injectors, Volant cold air intake, 23-gallon fuel cell, -10 braided lines, submersed Aeromotive pump, Aeromotive fuel regulator.
Power adder: none
Ignition: factory
Exhaust: factory tubular manifolds, Dr. Gas mufflers, Jet-Hot coated 3-inch exhaust system, TTI exhaust tips
Fasteners: factory spec
Built by: Viper Race Group
Transmission: Tremec Viper T6060, Dodge twin-disc clutch, Gunslinger Pistol Grip on stock shifter
Driveshaft: The Driveshaft Shop steel, 4340 1350-series yokes
Rear axle: 2008 Viper third member, clutch-type differential, 3.06:1 ring-and-pinion
Front suspension: Delaney Auto Design K-member and spindles, custom torsion bars, QA1 adjustable shock absorbers, custom anti-sway bar
Rear suspension: 2008 HD Viper center section, The Driveshaft Shop custom-length half-shafts, DAD hand-built subframe, hidden torsion bars, QA1 adjustable shock absorbers
Brakes: Hydroboost booster, Wilwood tandem master cylinder, Finelines stainless lines, 6-piston, 13-inch Superlite, front; 4-piston, 12.9-inch Dynalite, rear
Wheels: forged Fikse Profil 5S 18x9, front; 18x10, rear
Tires: Nitto 555 285/35ZR, front; Nitto 555R 305/45ZR, rear