Dodge Viper V-10 Engine

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Dodge Viper V-10 Engine
Two concentric shafts that are nestled in the bottom of the engine’s vee permit this pushrod engine to provide a feature more commonly seen on overhead-cam engines: variable valve timing. An oil-driven cam phaser rotates the exhaust lobes a maximum of 40 degrees relative to the intake lobes, and that allows the engine to make power like a race mill (600 horsepower) but still idle smoothly. This fourth-generation V-10 also has new CNC-ported heads that net a 12-percent airflow improvement, huge dual 3.2-gallon intake plenums, and a revised oiling system to ensure adequate supply in all conditions. Dodge engineers say just three parts remain from the old engine: the timing chain, the crank sprocket, and the rod bearings.
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The intake lobes are conventionally attached to the outer shaft, while the exhaust lobes, which are not attached to the outer shaft, are keyed to the inner shaft with pins. These pins ride in grooves that are cut into the outer shaft, allowing the relative motion.

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