Went to an event held at a local shop here in South Florida. it was called "Cars, Coffee and Octane". basically a morning get together for car nuts. This time it was held at a shop that was simply amazing! Basically and old warehouse/barn that had been converted. Raised wood floors a ton of vintage parts, books, manuals and decorations make this a great looking place. The folks were awesome and wonderful hosts. they are working on some amazing cars including a Jag, a late 60's Shelby 500KR, a B Body Chrysler (i'm guessing a GTX)' a 65 GTO, and others. The event was small but really nice. The event was to benefit a local university's SAE Formula Race team. It is a group of engineering students that build a race car and compete in an international competition. For me it was a treat when the shop asked if they could throw my car up on the dyno. They wanted "cool cars" up there.They asked me before I even parked. I have been wanting to do it to get a baseline, so I took them up on the offer. They threw me up there and it instantly drew a quick crowd. One of my fellow club members (local club I am a member of that went up together with me) that went up with the group shot a simple video of the pull. I'll post it when they share it on YouTube.... So here is the result. It was just one pull and was done after the car cooled a bit after the 45 min drive to the shop. So the numbers at the wheels: 417 HP 453 ft/lbs of Torque Pretty cool as all I have done was the delete of the rear muffler and the change of smooth tubes for the intake. Other than that, she's bone stock. I don't know what the driveline loss is on the Viper. However, I think I am safe assuming 15% so we'll go with that. If I am wrong, Please let me know what the loss should be. So using 15% loss to the transmission and rear end, that would be about 490 HP at the flywheel. Assuming the same 15% for torque we would be at 532 ft/lbs at the flywheel. I'm smiling! Looks like I have a Wednesday car!